February 2006 (Number 335) includes features on:
- Star Organ - Andrew Hayden describes the Lewis & Co. organ of St Andrew's, Denton, Lincolnshire.
- David Rogers reviews BBC Radio 3's Bach Christmas.
- Carol Williams describes some of her recent European travels.
- The organ of Buckingham Palace Ballroom is illustrated, including the stoplist and a brief history.
- The Third London Organ Forum is reviewed by Alan Saggerson.
- Brian Hick takes us on an organ crawl around the Canal du Midi.
- David Baker visits Henry Willis & Sons Ltd.
- The RCO enthuses Scottish children with the organ in the Caird Hall, Dundee.
- David Baker introduces the music of Ian Schofield.
- Details of the inauguration of the new Dobson Kimmel Center Organ.
- Stops Away! - a report on the community project in which schoolchildren have their compositions performed on the Bridgewater Hall organ.
- Brian Hick describes Handel's connection with the Foundling Hospital.
- David Helmsley discusses preservation and renewal in the BIOS column.
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In the New Installations section on page 61, the final paragraph under Worcester Cathedral should be titled St Mary the Less, Cambridge, and it is this organ whose specification immediately follows. The new Worcester Cathedral Quire organ specification is that given in the box at the bottom of that page.