The English Organ
Just in time for Holiday 2019 . . . The English Organ will be the definitive set of films and recordings exploring the full history of the English organ, both at home in the UK and overseas, from the earliest surviving examples to the present. The three-part documentary will be presented as part of a lavish boxed set, along with performances of a massive range of repertoire recorded and filmed on more than thirty instruments, as well as filmed introductions to each of these instruments. The featured performer is internationally-renowned concert organist Daniel Moult. Instruments include: Adlington Hall (Anon, c. 1680), St. Botolph's, Aldgate (Harris, 1704), Christ Church Spitalfields (Bridge, 1735), Clare College, Cambridge (Snetzler, 1755), Ashridge College (Elliot, 1818), St. James', Bermondsey (Bishop, 1829), St. Anne's, Limehouse (Gray and Davison, 1851), Kidderminster Town Hall (Hill, 1855), St. George's Hall, Liverpool (Willis, 1855), St. Bartholomew's, Armley (Schulze, 1869), St. George's, Cullercoats (Lewis, 1884), The Grove Organ, Tewkesbury Abbey (Michel and Thynne 1885), Truro Cathedral (Willis, 1887), Sydney Town Hall (Th. Hill, 1889), St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne (Lewis, 1890), First Universalist Church, Rochester, NY (Hope-Jones, 1908), Dunedin Town Hall (Hill, Norman and Beard, 1919), Caird Hall, Dundee (Harrison and Harrison, 1923), King's College, Cambridge (Harrison and Harrison, 1934), Brompton Oratory (Walker, 1954), Coventry Cathedral (Harrison and Harrison, 1962), York University (Grant, Degens, and Bradbeer, 1969), St. Ignatius Loyola, New York City (Mander, 1993) , Auckland Cathedral (Nicholson, 2017) and more. Will include a booklet with photos and specifications of all the instruments. In addition, all available cd's and dvd sets from Fugue State Films are currently on sale at a 15% discount. Contact OHS for more information.