Practise in Art Deco splendour, courtesy of the United Grand Lodge of England

by Morwenna Brett Harrison & Harrison enlarged the Henry Willis 1933 instrument in the Grand Temple, Freemasons' Hall in 2017, building this new central case to match the existing cases on either side. Even in a big city like London, it can be difficult to find organ practice facilities, particularly if you are trying to fit organ practice around the day job.  The United Grand Lodge of England have recently restored and enlarged the 1933 Henry Willis organ in the Grand Temple at Freemasons' Hall, and also installed a new three-manual and pedal Viscount Classic digital…

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