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Listings in the Main Section are colour-coded. Each has a pastel background indicating the day and, across its top, a darker stripe denoting the time band; grey for mornings, green for lunchtimes (12–2), blue for afternoons, red for evenings (from 6). Day colours are blue (Mon), pink (Tue), green (Wed), orange (Thu), grey (Fri), brown (Sat), yellow (Sun).
Merseyside L1 7AZ 12:30 to 1:00
Saturday 7 September 2019
Liverpool Cathedral
[organ] [info] [venue] [location & enquiries]
admission free
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Simon Leach
[website]
(Holy Name, Manchester)
800 days away (day 250 / listed 8jan17) To report changes to the above entry only, e-mail updates@organrecitals.com, quoting ref. 0907#47018
In addition to each listing's obvious links (e.g. the venue's name or the organist's), you can:
Click on the postcode (on the left-side time band) to see a map of the venue's location. Further map links and travel
details are available via the "location & enquiries" link in each entry.
Click on the county (to the left of the postcode) to see the list of recitals in that county.
Click on a recital's start time to see the list of recitals in that time band.
Click on the yellow number (in the time band, just to the right of the picture) to see that recital alone.
Hover your mouse over the picture to see text information, where available, about regular recitals at that venue.
Hover your mouse over symbols adjacent to the admission details for additional information relating to that concert.
Alpha-numeric links are located near the top and bottom of each page. Hover your mouse over any one to see which page it opens (or click here for the full list).
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For convenience, most of these links have a relationship to the pages they open, e.g: L for London, T for Thomas Trotter, Y for Yorkshire, 7 for the Next 7 Days, 5 for Wales (there being five letters in Wales; similarly, Scotland is 8). Also, note the pairs of brackets for 'mirror' regions, i.e. south west/east, west/east midlands, north west/east.
Even if the page you want is not available via the alpha-numeric links, one of them may be close to it. For example: To view recitals at Westminster Abbey, click on "W" to open the Westminster Cathedral page and use the "prev. venue" arrow to go to Westminster Abbey's page. All alpha-numeric links are duplicated by the Keyboard Shortcuts.
You can also:
Click on the site's title (organrecitals.com) to go to the front page – this varies depending on the time of day. Usually, it
will be that day's list of concerts. However, when they have finished, the front page is chosen randomly from a selection of other pages. This random option is also used between the hours of one and six each morning.
The Home page is available via the 'house' symbol adjacent to the main index links (Areas/Venues/Organists/Dates).
Click on the blank space to the right of the site's title to jump to the bottom of that page.
Click on the text "Established: 2004" (also to the right of the site's title) for Past Listings.
Click on the text "Short URL: org2.co" (after "Established: 2004") for an explantion of that section.
You may like to know that:
The website's corners change shape, daily. Over the course of a week, they range from almost square to very rounded
– the idea being to subtly alter/refresh the site whilst retaining its general/familiar appearance.
The background colour of the main index links (Areas/Venues/Organists/Dates) reflects the current time band.
Uniquely, the Next 7 Days page doesn't remove recitals from view after their start times have passed.
During Advent and Lent the background colour of the Main Section changes to purple (elsewhere on the site, purple
represents cancelled recitals).
On Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and All Souls' Day the background is black. Likewise on the anniversaries of the deaths
of some organ world characters, specifically: Stephen Bicknell (d. 18 August 2007), Carlo Curley (11 August 2012),
Nick Gale (10 March 2015), Julian Rhodes (15 March 2001), and John Scott (12 August 2015). On these dates, a message at the top of each page in the Main Section states "organrecitals.com is today dedicated to the memory of..."
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