Our 'New" Organ

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keitha
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Our 'New" Organ

Post by keitha » Fri Feb 06, 2015 6:40 pm

Those members of the Society who were at the Winter Assembly at All Souls, Coventry may remember that our old pipe organ had been removed and we were using an 'on loan' digital instrument while our 'new' organ was being built. The installation of what will ultimately be a 3 manual organ is now well under way. I promised a number of members that I would update them on what has been a fascinating project (at least for me!) and so, thanks to my wife (Annette - the 'webmistress') the organ now has its own website. For those who may be interested in our project, the site address is: "www.allsoulsorgan.com".
Keith Ainsworth

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Re: Our 'New" Organ

Post by nazard » Fri Feb 06, 2015 7:31 pm

I am seriously over excited by this project. I hope that everything goes smoothly and you finish with a truly worthy instrument.

I can only pray that our ageing toaster gets replaced by something as imaginative as this, although we have neither the space nor the budget to get anything so desirable.

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Gwyn
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Re: Our 'New" Organ

Post by Gwyn » Sat Feb 07, 2015 11:00 am

Wonderful news. It looks n absolute cracker.
Is the spec available at the site? I had a forage around but didn't come across it.
Gwyn.

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