The English Organ – a musical and social history from Fugue State Films

Sydney Town Hall, Australia (William Hill & Son 1888) Like any cultural or technological artefact, the organ represents its time and the people who built it. A new boxed set The English Organ, by Fugue State Films, traces the history and development of the English organ and its music from c1550 to the present day. 'This documentary celebrates the arc and development of the organ in this country,' says Fugue State director Will Fraser, 'but also tells a broader story as the development of the organ exactly echoes the narrative of all the major events and…

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