nfortin Posted January 24, 2007 Share Posted January 24, 2007 From the clues, I would say it has to be St. Edmundsbury. The existing Nicholson organ is large enough but instantly forgetable. I think I've told the story before, but I took my church choir, which at the time was St. Michael's Bishops Stortford, to St. Edmundsbury to sing Sunday services during the time that Paul Trepte was DOM. Paul was a former organ teacher of mine at Worcester and invited my wife and I back for a sherry after the morning communion service. I remember remarking to Paul that he must be fond of large Nicholsons having made the move directly from St. Mary's Warwick to Bury St. Edmonds. His reply, in forthright Yorkshireman fashion, would have to be regarded as unprintable. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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