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COJA18_001_Cover.inddJuly/August 2018

The new chief conductor of the BBC Singers talks to Choir & Organ about the importance of training, her love of British music, and stepping into David Hill’s shoes; how Aubertin made a small space work for his new organ in Newcastle; and composer Andrew Hamilton talks about his BASCA Award-winning choral work based upon the text of the Proclamation of the Republic in Ireland.

Plus, a Scottish mansion houses an early example of a Hill, Norman & Beard organ; Exeter Festival Chorus celebrates 25 years; a young American makes his first sortie into the world of organ building; the Choir of the Temple Church in London; sheet music for the dedication service of Saint Thomas Fifth Avenue’s new Dobson; a new Blumenroeder organ for a church in France rooted in the 17th-century Franco-Flemish style; and our International Directory of Pipe Organ Builders.

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