Roger Judd Posted November 15, 2019 Share Posted November 15, 2019 I'm wondering whether anyone here can help me solve a little mystery. For 12 years (1973–85) I worked at St Michael's College, Tenbury Wells. Researching for a history of the College and the organ I came across a reference to the fact that, in May 1925, Louis Vierne visited and played a recital. I have so far been unable to uncover any details of this visit. Quite by chance, the other day, I stumbled upon a website [philosopherswheel.com/Vierne] which revealed that Vierne, after playing at Hinckley on 5th May 1925, wrote Les Cloches de Hinckley on the train to Tenbury. This information came apparently from an organ music forum [Magle.dk] posted by 'Thierry59'. If anyone can shed light on any of this then I would be delighted. Thank you ... Roger Judd Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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