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COJA17_001_R_Cover DDP.inddJuly/August 2017

The Epiphoni Consort’s Tim Reader on balancing individuality of sound and choral blend to produce an award-winning chamber choir; travelling north to explore Canada’s rich choral heritage; Neil Ferris lands his dream job with the BBC Symphony Chorus; and a Thomas Elliot organ in the old Scottish kingdom of Scone.

Plus, the International Society of Organbuilders celebrates 60 years of sharing wisdom, experience and expertise; Eric Johnson’s reeds prove to be the icing on the cake of a new Quimby organ for a church in Delaware; Reading Bach Choir’s community outreach programme; David Hill tackles Bach’s monumental B minor Mass; and our International Directory of Pipe Organ Builders.

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