The Journal of the Royal College of Organists is the College’s annual research publication, and Volume 8, 2014 can be downloaded below.
Individual articles are available to download within iRCO. The RCO Journal is free to College members.
Contents of Volume 8, 2014:
The formation of the College of Organists: protagonists and early business
The profession of organist in the mid-nineteenth century
'Middle-classing' the music profession in Victorian Britain
'What the crowd requires is mediocrity of the highest order': original composition for organ in England before and after 1864
The road to Olympus: the careers of four contrasting Victorian organists
'Good reasons for bad organs': musical headlines of 1864
'Loud organs, his glory forth tell in deep tone': the interaction of music, liturgy, and theology in mid-nineteenth-century Britain
Where did the boy treble come from?
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