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[Client Installation] Tenterden Unitarian Chapel

The history of the Unitarian chapel The history of “The Old Meeting House” Unitarian chapel in Tenterden, Kent, can be traced back to the year 1662. Following the Restoration of the Monarchy in 1660, two years later in 1662 the revised “Book Of Common Prayer” was published, and the “Act Of Uniformity” was passed. This… 
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A rather unusual drawstop!

If you are a social media addict as I am, and in particular a member of a number of organists groups you will be used from time to time seeing comic draw stop names that have for the most part been photoshopped by someone with a sense of humour, ’Fast Forward Sermon’ ‘Mute Preacher,’ ‘Sport… 
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Diary of a Page Turner – Blenheim Palace

My first encounter with the Blenheim Palace organ was over 20 years ago when I wrote in and asked to play it. Then and now they will accommodate visiting musicians but you have to be there early before the house opens at 10.00am. Blenheim Palace Organ in need of repair Sadly the condition of the… 
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Video of Choir Master Hymn Player

I write this on a slightly sad day having returned from playing for the funeral of my local church organist. She had reached the age of 80 and had played at St Mary’s Helmdon for almost 40 years. So another vacancy on the bench has opened up with precious few candidates willing or otherwise to… 
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