November 2003 (Number 326) includes features on:
- Toulouse les Orgues - Brian Hick and Raymond Spong report from this French festival of organ music, including features on many of the organs in Toulouse. Pictured right is the Cavaillé-Coll in Saint Etienne Cathedral. Web extra: read more about Toulouse les Orgues on our articles page. Web link: www.toulouse-les-orgues.org.
- Iain Quinn discusses his career and work at Trinity Episcopal Church in Hartford, CT. Web link: www.trinityhartford.org
- Chichester Cathedral Organ - David Baker surveys the comparatively unusual Hill / Mander organ of Chichester Cathedral.
- Handel's Theodora - Brian Hick gives an overview of recordings and performances of Handel's oratorio.
- The development of organ building in Slovakia - Dr Marian Mayer of Bratislava writes about Slovakia's historic organs, with lots of illustrations.
- Elgar and the Three Choirs Festival - Donald Hunt continues his look at Elgar's relationship with the well-known festival.
- Three Choirs Festival, Hereford - reviews of the concerts and recitals that made up 2003's festival.
- A Remarkable Organ Museum - David Baker introduces Phil and Pam Fluke's unique harmonium museum in Saltaire (please note that the first picture of a four manual console is actually Halifax Parish Church, not a reed organ!)
- Trouble at t'mill? - David Baker raises concern over the fate of the Schulze at St. Peter's Hindley.
- New Installations - details of the 2001 Paul Frits organ at Princeton Theological Seminary, the recently restored Gray and Davison three manual at Rock, Northumberland, Andrew Millington describes recent work at Exeter Cathedral, and Roy Emerson describes the Goll at St. Martin's, Memmingen.
- Catharine Crozier - an obituary by Karen McFarlane.
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