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organist

a person who plays the organ
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"I have called to see you," Aynesworth explained, "with reference to one of your parishioners--the daughter of your late organist."
And the anthem that the organist played cemented Soapy to the iron fence, for he had known it well in the days when his life contained such things as mothers and roses and ambitions and friends and immaculate thoughts and collars.
Come, in due time, organist and bellows-boy, peeping down from the red curtains in the loft, fearlessly flapping dust from books up at that remote elevation, and whisking it from stops and pedals.
A music group will be welcoming an awardwinning organist for a concert.
The event at the 12th century church will see its long-serving music director and organist Professor George McPhee accompany classical piper Robert Wallace in what promises to be a varied and entertaining programme.
He won First Prize and the Audience Prize at the American Guild of Organists 2014 National Young Artists Competition in Organ Performance, the Guild's premiere young organist competition.
FORMER Liverpool Cathedral and Liverpool City Organist, Noel Rawsthorne, has died, aged 89.
Paul Hale is Emeritus Cathedral Organist and Rector Choir of Southwell Minster, Conductor of the Nottingham Bach Choir, Organ Adviser to the Anglican Dioceses of Southwell and Lincoln, a diploma examiner for the Royal College of Organists, and he is the current president of the Nottingham and District Society of Organists.
Music director Benjamin Ellin said: "It's a towering work and it's always a thrill to let the orchestra and organist open the sound up a little and see what they've got.
The organist at Paphos' Anglican Church, Paul Timmins, will perform a programme of sacred music for half an hour on Monday from 12 noon at the Ayia Kyriaki church in Paphos.
His father was a church organist, so he says he had plenty of opportunity to find out about and discover the instrument for himself.
by Times News ServiceBritish organist, pianist and conductor, Wayne Marshall will perform along with the Royal Oman Symphony Orchestra.

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