Ten ways to find non-stop organ listening

by Morwenna Brett Opportunities to hear the organ uninterrupted on UK network radio are few, although BBC iPlayer allows us to catch up via the internet with what there is -  as I write I'm streaming last Saturday's Radio 3 broadcast of a Bach recital by David Goode, on the Metzler of Trinity College, Cambridge, via iPlayer.  The BBC's weekly broadcast of Choral Evensong is on iPlayer of course, for a limited period afterwards, and usually includes the opportunity to hear all of the final organ voluntary, instead of fading out after eight bars as they cut back to the…

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