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April 2020

A new William Drake organ suggests a fresh artistic identity for British organ building; surveying the choral works of US composer Ned Rorem; how organ builders Gray & Davison became leaders in their field; and a special focus on choirs for the young with features on cambiata voices, the joys of teaching children to sing and the Hallé’s children’s, youth and community choirs.

Plus, the London Philharmonic Choir’s artistic director, Neville Creed; how Jennifer Bate Organ Academy nurtures the all-round female musician; a choral commission pays tribute to the great cellist Pablo Casals; Marcussen & Søn restore Århus Cathedral’s historic organ; how to recruit and keep singers; musical attractions in the south of Sweden; Joris Verdin interprets one of Franck’s best-loved organ works; and introducing The Lady Organist, Morwenna Campbell-Smith.

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