musicians' gallery

musicians’ gallery

At the west end of a church in Europe during the 18th century, a gallery on which villagers played church music.
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Above this was the musicians' gallery and the thatched roof which ran round to shelter the spectators' galleries.
St Paul's Hockley commissioned a George III Coat of Arms for their musicians' gallery and in 1998 All Saints Church, Sutton Coldfield, a life-sized carved lime wood rood screen of Christ on the cross and two figures.
A grand piano and pianist is available or couples can choose to position a string quartet in the musicians' gallery.