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May/June 2019

A new C. B. Fisk organ for Cincinnati is influenced by historic instruments; the BBC Symphony Chorus celebrates its 90th year; tracing the development of chamber organs in Australia; and Cecilia McDowall’s new Requiem draws on the writings of Leonardo da Vinci.

Plus, our new series on trends in North American organ building; exploring the choral canon of Swedish composer Mårten Jansson; celebrating the multi-faceted legacy of Liverpool Cathedral’s former organist Noel Rawsthorne; our guide to choral conducting and church music courses at colleges, conservatoires and universities around the world; and with some congregations abandoning organs, how is the church’s musical heritage being safeguarded?

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