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MORE THAN 52,000 RECITALS BY 4,000-PLUS ORGANISTS AT 2,048 VENUES ACROSS BRITAIN HAVE BEEN LISTED HERE SINCE 2004.
BRITAIN'S LARGEST DIRECTORY OF ORGAN RECITALS NATIONWIDE
This is the Main Section. It is the most-comprehsive part of the website. Its features include:
A master menu (the dark box near the top of each page) which contains links to a wide variety of specific listings.
Extra links in some entries, e.g. concert programmes, additional organ information, organists' biographies or websites.
Thumbnail pictures of venues, plus 'mouseover' symbols indicating refreshments available, console on view, etc.
Countdown displays showing the number of days to recitals. Options for sharing concert details.
Clickable TfL logos, for appropriate London entries, linking to details of engineering works that may affect journeys.
"Location & enquiries" pages which include venue contact details (for queries) and multiple map links (e.g. plan, aerial,
street view, plus a route planner with the destination postcode pre-entered). Also, travel information (e.g. railway stations,
parking arrangements) and links to additional transport/travel websites. London travelcard zones are noted, where appropriate.
Each listing is colour-coded, with a pastel background indicating the day and, across its top, a darker stripe denoting the
start-time group; grey for mornings, green for lunchtimes (12–2), blue for afternoons, red for evenings (from 6). The day colours are blue for Monday, pink for Tuesday, green for Wednesday, orange for Thursday, grey for Friday, brown for Saturday, and yellow for Sunday. Online listings have a white background on their right side.
Click on the name of a venue or an organist for more concerts, or:
Click on the picture for street view – available for most venues but not all.
Hover your mouse over the picture to see text information, where available, about regular recitals at that venue.
Click on the county to see the list of recitals in that county, or on the postcode for a map of the venue's location.
Click on a recital's start time to see the list of recitals in that time band.
Click on the day/date for recitals on that date, or on the month/year for recitals in that month.
Hover your mouse over symbols near the admission details for additional notes about that concert.
Click on the yellow number in the time band (to the right of the picture) to see that recital alone.
At the top of each page in the Main Section are links to the text-only sections. These contain varying amounts of detail.
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The Mobile Section, for on-the-move browsing, is low on bandwidth but omits some non-essential information.
The High Contrast Section, designed for the visually impaired, includes only basic details, in order to not appear cluttered.
The Printable Section also contains only basic details, to go easy on ink/toner cartridges.
DISCLAIMER: Concerts are listed in good faith and details are believed to be correct at the time of publication,
but some may be inaccurate or subject to change with little or no notice.To minimise the chances of a wasted
journey, use the 'location & enquiries' link in a listing to contact the venue concerned adayortwobeforehand.
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