Saturday, 14 November 2009
Gloucester Cathedral can trace its origins back to 678 AD when a religious building was first built on the site. It became a cathedral in 1541, after the dissolution of the monastery it had previously been.
Many churches during the 17th century had their organs were rebuilt, partly because of fashion but also for tonal changes that I don't start to understand. All I know is, this beautiful organ produces beautiful music, and it was playing on the day we visited.
If you'd like to join in and find other other players, pay a visit to TNchick's site where you can find out more.