Mark Fownes Posted June 8, 2013 Share Posted June 8, 2013 A friend has given me a bound copy of The Organ (vol XVI, 1936/7), a magazine that I have not read for a long time. I had forgotten how interesting these pre-War articles were, how lively was the letters page and how different is the content from what we get today. Evidently, we no longer want informed and critical reviews of organs old and new. Is it because we no longer have the time to write or to read such material? Or perhaps there is no longer any impartial opinion worth reading? Or do we now buy the CD and judge for ourselves? In short, is what we get today better in any sense than the material contained in, for example, the 256 pages of Vol XVI of the The Organ? MF Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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