Guest Roffensis Posted December 2, 2006 Share Posted December 2, 2006 After pages and pages referring to the old organ at Worcester, I am sure we all wish all involved every success with the new organs. There is no point arguing the case for the old any further, as much as many of us loved it. The fact is that the old organ has gone forever, and things are moving forward now. I personally think it far more appropriate to concentrate on the new and exciting organs planned, which will doubtless enhance the music there. It is rare to have a completely new organ in a Cathedral, and few have been built. I think all of us highly respect such new organs that have been built. I am sure the new organs will be eminently suited and fine for their purpose. Often, we think things in life are forever, including organs. It sometimes takes an informed vision to make us sit up and realise that some organs may not be what we think. I think there is a genuine vision for Worcester that should be seen in a positive light, and think it will make a lot of us sit up and realise what a musical instrument is. I think we all have much to learn. Organ building in England IS changing. Let's all be positive, and discuss the new organs in a positive way, on paper it looks very fine indeed. R Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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