August 2005 (Number 333) includes features on:
- Star Organ - the Richard Nicholson organ of St Mary's, Whissonsett.
- Chrisropher Monk writes about the 2002 Klais organ in the Singapore Esplanade Concert Hall.
- Andrew Hayden describes the 1857 Bevington organ of All Saints, Hilborough (pictured right).
- Nicholas Reed summarises the background and technology of the new Phoenix electronic organ at Kilmore Church, Isle of Mull.
- S David Sandercock describes the Viscount CM100, one of the first electronic organ add-on modules to use physical modelling as a means of more realistic simulation.
- Tony Bathurst introduces the organ of Notre Dame du Camp, Pamiers, built in 1861 by the Toulouse firm of Poirier and Lieberknecht, and recently restored with the addition of a third manual (pictured below)
- Donald Hunt discusses Elgar's forgotten choral works.
- David Baker talks to John Mander about his firm and their work.
- Brian Hick reviews the first two concerts in the Ladies First series currently underway at Notre Dame de France, Leicester Square, London and previews the rest of the series.
- Anne Elise Smoot is interviewed by Brian Hick.
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