Please note: This concert is in the past and has already taken place.


Holy Trinity Church
High Street

West Midlands


Joseph HaydnThree Pieces for Musical Clocks
Flor Peetersi Koraal (Suite Modale)
Dietrich BuxtehudePräludium in D
Jean SibeliusKarelia Suite: Alla Marcia
Marcel DupréLe Tombeau de Titelouze: Placare Christe Servulis
Johann Sebastian BachPrelude and Fugue in G major, BWV 541
Edward ElgarImperial March, Op.32
Pietro YonToccatina for flute
Frei JacintoToccata in D minor


Paul Carr – organ

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Programme Note

** Europe Day is a day marking “peace and unity in Europe” celebrated on 5 May by the Council of Europe and on 9 May by the European Union.

This month Sunday Afternoon Organ Music will take the form of a quiz. The programme will consist of the pieces below, but not played in the order presented here. The audience can participate by working out the order in which the pieces are played. On the programme a few hints of what to listen out for will be given, and the correct order will be shared at the end **

Sunday Afternoon Organ Music takes place on the first Sunday of each month at 3.00pm.

Programmes last 45 minutes.

A large screen projection of the organ console, and a pedal camera, enables the audience to see the performer in action.

Admission is free and there will be a retiring collection towards the care and maintenance of the organ.

Holy Trinity Parish Church is situated in Stourbridge’s historic Glass Quarter. It lies the A491 which runs between Stourbridge and Kingswinford. The nearest railway station is Stourbridge Town 2.5 miles away. Free car parking is available behind the church hall and in front of the church gates.

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