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Paisley Baptist Church, which has an original Victorian organ, has been in touch and the organist there says he can also arrange for me to play other organs in Glasgow.
And although serving as borough organist - though not offi-cially appointed as such until 1954 - was perhaps the culmination of his success as an organist, it was a fitting climax to his life-long experience at the keyboard.
March 7: Barbara Baird, organist at First Congregational Church and on the harpsichord faculty at the UO, playing Girolamo Frescobaldi, Franois Couperin, J.
James said: "It is a great privilege to welcome so many organists to Durham.
The style of writing is very accessible to any organist at any level, and the use of pedal is geared at a medium level of difficulty.
a small town 241 km west of Thunder Bay, has its former principal organist, Liz Russell, play the service for them via long-distance video from her new home in Canmore, Alta.
The Focus-Abengoa Foundation has organised a new edition of the Young Organists Concerts series, The Baroque organ in the cultural globalisation of the 17th century and beyond, designed to make organ music more accessible to young university students through three Spanish organists who, despite their youth, have already amassed a huge amount of musical knowledge and experience in the world of concert performances.
The final recital on Saturday October 5 will mark the anniversary of the installation of the Lillington organ in 1936 - the current organist, Michael King, will perform.
He said: "If for any chance an organist does not turn up, you can always turn to the Wesley System.
They are Ruth Roberts, organist at Penmaen Priory Church, Anglesey, Nesta Hughes, organist at St Mary's Tregarth, near Bangor, Georgina Jones, organist in Dolwyddelan Parish, Bangor; seven choristers of Holy Trinity Church, Llandudno: Gaynor Nice, Gaynor Styth-Jones, Ray Styth-Jones, Wendy La Trobe and Peter La Trobe, Paul Williams and Marlene Simpson and four choristers of Bangor Cathedral - Alan Williams, John Price, Chris Doyle and Barry Wynne.
FANS of organ music in the Black Country are in for a treat when Harold Britton, Organist Emeritus of Walsall Town Hall, returns later this month.
ALL change at Liverpool Cathedral where organist and master of the choristers Ian Tracey has chosen to give up the choir training part of the role and revert wholly to his original 1980 job, with the aggrandised job description of organist titulaire.

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