February 2005 (Number 331) includes features on:
- Star Organ - Andrew Hayden describes the 1914 Hill organ of St Mary the Virgin, Wellingborough (pictured right). Web link: St Mary the Virgin, Wellingborough.
- Copenhagen's Cavaillé-Coll - Christopher Follett introduces us to Scandinavia's only Cavaillé-Coll in the Jesuskirken, Valby. Web link: Jesuskirken i Valby. Click on "Kirkens instrumenter" to learn about both the Cavaillé-Coll and the later Apostel-orglet (in Danish). Note that the first CC specification given is for St Denis, with Jesuskirken's instrument coming later on that webpage.
- Communicating knowledge - John Boersma and Annita Wilschut describe the background to their book A picture guide to Building a Chamber Organ
- The Queen of Bracewell - Bryan Hughes presents the history of the instrument now in the Parr Hall, Warrington.
- Jephtha - Brian Hick describes one of Handel's last oratorios. Web link: http://opera.stanford.edu/iu/libretti/jephtha.htm for the complete libretto.
- The Spreckels Organ, Balboa, San Diego - Brian Hick visits the famous outdoor organ and meets Carol Williams, San Diego Civic Organist. Web link: The Spreckels Organ Society.
- David Hill - The Editor in conversation with the Director of Music at St John's College, Cambridge.
- Jean Gilles - an introduction to the 17th century French composer.
- The Organs of Stockholm - Alastair Disley begins his series exploring Stockholm's varied organ heritage. Accompanying photographs, sound examples and more information can be found in our Web Articles section.
- Jennifer Bate talks to Judith Monk about her complete recording of Mendelssohn's organ works.
- St Paul, Honiton - John Mingay introduces the current Kenneth Tickell instrument and presents the history of previous instruments in the church.
- Felix Aprahamian - Denby Richards remembers the recently deceased music critic and promoter.
as well news of the new RCO organ, reviews of choral and organ CDs (don't forget the extra ones here
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