The nineteenth century in Britain was a time of public lectures and learned societies. The College of Organists was well ahead of its time, and offered improving lectures to an increasingly organised constituency of musicians from its foundation. Andrew McCrea provides an introduction and checklist of the lectures given from the early years of the College, through to 1903, taken from the Annual Reports.
This article originally appeared in the RCO Journal for 2010.
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