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 COSO18_001_Cover DDP.inddSeptember/October 2018

Utah-based organ builder M L Bigelow & Co celebrates its 40th anniversary; composer-in-residence Michael Finnissy shakes up the traditional repertoire at St John’s College, Cambridge; the vibrancy and grandeur of Nicholson & Co’s new organ for Auckland Cathedral; and Roderick Williams on his choral training and passion for music education.

Plus, Howard Goodall’s major new choral work takes a universal approach to the Passion story; the BBC National Chorus of Wales ‏prepares for the premiere of a neglected Mass by Stanford; Owain Park discusses his work with The Gesualdo Six and the process of composing; British organist Joseph Nolan reflects on his first decade at St George’s Cathedral in Australia; a new anthology gives a contemporary twist to the partsong genre; a Harrison & Harrison restoration of a Hill organ in Glasgow returns an instrument of quality to the city; and our scholarships and voice trials supplement.

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