May 2006 (Number 336) includes features on:
- Star Organ - Andrew Hayden describes the Hill/Robson organ of Thorney Abbey, Cambridgeshire.
- Johan Stolk enthuses about the Dutch Organ Treasury.
- Alastair Disley concludes his series on The Organs of Stockholm (pictured right).
- Barbara Lewis introduces the restoration of St John's, Bromsgrove's three manual pipe organ.
- Adrian Richards gives an insight into the world of the CD Reviewer.
- Petra Jones tells how a 1909 Norman and Beard has travelled half-way round the world in Destination Gulangyu.
- Brian Hick converses with choral director David Temple.
- Bill Smallman describes the organ of St Chad, Shrewsbury.
- Geraint Bowen discusses his work at Hereford Cathedral with Brian Hick.
as well lots of news from the UK and abroad, columns from BIOS and GOArt, reviews of choral and organ CDs, books, concerts, new organ music, new installations, letters, and more. To subscribe, or receive a complimentary copy if you're new to The Organ, visit our subscriptions
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.