No other organ magazine has the range of content and coverage that you will find in The Organ. The Organ was founded in 1921 and has been valued by organ lovers since its first publication over one hundred years ago. Originally in B5 format with soft blue covers – very familiar to older readers – it undertook radical change in January 1995 when it moved to A4 format and introduced colour for the first time. Since then all pages are now full colour with many photographs large and small taken by expert photographers with good cameras. The content of the magazine has similarly undergone radical change in the last few years. While still centred on pipe organs and organ music, it has broadened its scope to include feature articles, news and reviews of organs when and wherever they are to be found. It has also concentrated on being as topical as possible with up-to-date coverage of competitions and new installations. There are regular interviews with professionals in the organ world and dedicated amateurs who are an essential feature of the conservation movement.