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 CO-MayJune2018-1May/June 2018

As the Baltic States celebrate 100 years of independence, Choir & Organ explores how music became crucial in their sense of identity; a journey through the organ catalogue of British composer Francis Pott unearths a treasure chest of repertoire; and Scottish-American composer Thea Musgrave at 90.

 

Plus, the beauty of Paris’s Sorbonne Chapel is marred by a seriously damaged Dallery organ that is crying out to be restored; Andrew Nethsingha assesses the impact of Vaughan Williams’s experiences in the first world war on his music; a new Harrison & Harrison organ brings fresh vigour to the musical life of St Andrew’s Church in Bedford; how Blackbird Leys Estate transformed its troubled image with the birth of a community choir; building a house organ; and music for a summer’s eve.

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