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March/April 2019

Early music ensemble Les Arts Florissants celebrate 40 years of being at the forefront of baroque research, revival and performance practice; exploring the rich heritage of historical organs in the Azores archipelago; the global legacy of Sir David Willcocks in his centenary year; and Harrison & Harrison’s restoration of a 1930 Hill, Norman and Beard organ in Adelaide.

Plus, Michel Jurine blends romantic French organ building techniques with a spirit of modernism in his new instrument for St-Didier-au-Mont-d’Or; the London Oriana Choir’s five-year commissioning programme for women composers; the International Society of Organbuilders’ 30th biennial Congress; marking the centenary of Baltic composer Alberts Jērums; Peter Wright reflects on 30 years at Southwark Cathedral; remembering John Joubert; and our 2019 festivals supplement.

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