in alphabetical order - click on article title
A Musical Summer by Audrey Attree
A 'Royal' occasion by Derek Childs
'An Organist's Diary' by Andrew Cesana
Book Review by Malcolm Hall
Centenaries by Brian Smith
Faversham Almshouses' organ by Vicky Shepherd
Fundamental Frequencies by Brian Wigglesworth
Letters to the Editor
Obituary Charles Fulford
Philip Cheetham a short profile ........
Sesquialtera by Colin Jilks
Subscriptions, New Members and "Web site"
Front Cover Photograph by Gary Tollerfield
The organ of Trinity College Cambridge, which we visited in June 2001, was
built by Metzler of Switzerland in 1975. The organ is built into the main
(Great) case of 1708 by Bernard Smith, the Chair case, also by Father Smith,
is earlier, perhaps 1694.
"THE KENT COUNTY ORGANISTS' ASSOCIATION welcomes new members with an
interest in the organ and its music. Also those who enjoy visiting churches
an appreciation of architecture and heritage. Membership of the Association
is not based on the ability to play; we welcome equally those who enjoy
listening, as well as those who enjoy playing".