The organ in St. Mary Redcliffe was completed in 1911 by Arthur Harrison, who considered it his most perfect work. Essentially unchanged since it was built, the organ is housed in a parish church completed in 1380 and also nearly unchanged. William Saunders begins with virtuoso Lynnwood Farnam’s only published work and surveys several 20th-century works perfectly matched to this organ in style and contemporary with the organ itself.
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