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4 November 2015
12:00 - 13:00
Terence Charlston – Snetzler organ
Byrd – Sellinger’s Round
Purcell – Voluntary in G: Wondrous Machine
Jeremiah Clarke – Suite in A
Handel – Concerto No 13 in F ‘The Cuckoo and the Nightingale’, HWV 295
William Russell – Voluntary No.3 in G
Terence Charlston plays a range of music, as might have been heard in Baroque English salons. He plays the Snetzler chamber organ made in London, 1759. Handel was the first organist to ‘steal the ear’ of the English listener and his organ playing was celebrated as the purest manifestation of his genius. A ‘must have’ domestic furnishing in music rooms long before Handel, the organ was as important out of church as in.
Online booking is available but if you prefer to book tickets by post please download our booking form, complete and send with SAE and a cheque
Last approximately one hour.
Last approximately two hours with one interval
during which juice and wine are served.
Wheelchair access available. Please advise in advance.
Please note that tickets cannot be exchanged nor money refunded.
Tickets to recitals and concerts do not include free admittance to the house.
We reserve the right to refuse admission and change the programme and/or instrument without notice.
It may not always be possible to admit latecomers to the Music Room.
Stiletto heels should not be worn.