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Dutch organbuilder/restorer F.R. Feenstra is restoring a III/P/26 instrument by J.C. Bishop & Son that has found a new home in Japan, in a shopping mall in Toyosu to be precise.

 

For specification and more info (in dutch) look here.

 

 

 

Just imagine what could be done with a large 4 manual cathedral organ

:lol:

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Dutch organbuilder/restorer F.R. Feenstra is restoring a III/P/26 instrument by J.C. Bishop & Son that has found a new home in Japan, in a shopping mall in Toyosu to be precise.

 

For specification and more info (in dutch) look here.

Just imagine what could be done with a large 4 manual cathedral organ

:lol:

 

 

Hope the trumpets aren't hooded - they might get asked to leave.

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Guest Lee Blick
Just imagine what could be done with a large 4 manual cathedral organ

 

Isn't there one of multiple personalities being thrown out at of an English provinicial cathedral not too far from Wales?

 

Perhaps that could entertain the chavs say in a Basildon shopping centre.

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Hope the trumpets aren't hooded - they might get asked to leave.

 

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:D:D:lol::lol:

 

 

I liked that!

 

 

Did I ever tell the story of the kids on the steps of St.George's Hall, Liverpool....the ones that "looked after" my alloy-wheels whilst I went to play the organ?

 

MM

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