James Goldrick Posted October 25, 2004 Share Posted October 25, 2004 A few weeks ago, I was reading through Dr. A.G Hill's Organ Cases and Organs of the Middle Ages and Renaissance and in the two seperate volumes, they both seem to deal with a single organ; the spectacular west-end organ of St Jan's Cathedral, Hertogenbosch. In the second volume it is referred to as Bois-le-duc. The images are both similar, however the latter is in slightly clearer detail and there are some variations in the casework between the two. Can anyone clarify this for me? Thank-you James Goldrick Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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