November 2006 (Number 338) includes features on:
- Star Organ - Andrew Hayden describes the 1854 Holdich organ of the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary, Redenhall, Norfolk (pictured right).
- Michael Harris describes the Edinburgh Organ Academy on the occasion of its forthcoming tenth anniversary in 2007.
- Martin Stacey looks back over the first Annual Festival of New Organ Music.
- Alexia Tye looks at Jean Guillou's proposals for a Variable Structure Organ.
- Brian Hick reports back from the Hereford Three Choirs Festival, including the RCO sponsored Young Organist Recitals.
- Brian Hick describes the church and organ of Reykjavik Cathedral.
- The Welte Organ of David Salomans' House near Canterbury, the largest Welte player organ in Europe, is described, including its recent restoration to playing condition.
- Brian Hick's report from Toulouse les orgues 2006 focuses on a number of small Puget orgues de choeur.
- Professor Ian Tracey discusses the history of the organ in Giggleswick School Chapel, from its Willis beginnings to the recent rebuild by Gary Owens.
- Calimerio Soares introduces a selection of The Organs of Brazil.
- David Baker reviews fifty years of organ scholars at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, and the instruments they have played.
as well lots of news from the UK and abroad, the BIOS column, reviews of choral and organ CDs and DVDs, concerts, new organ music, letters, and more. To subscribe, or receive a complimentary copy if you're new to The Organ, visit our subscriptions
For previous editions of The Organ, see our index of back issues.