Music at Lunchtime is a series of concerts given in the Spire Church building on Wednesdays during the autumn and winter months. This series will take place in the METHODIST BUILDING.
There is no charge for admission to lunchtime concerts, but there is a retiring collection.
All performances 1-1.45pm
6 October 2021
Dominic Clarke, Trombone
3 November 2021
Hugo Maughan, Clarinet
The Ilex Quintet
2 February 2022
Lord Wandsworth College
Music Explored – Illustrated Piano Recitals
Every Wednesday from 1-2pm in the Farnham Methodist building
Every Wednesday during term-time, the Farnham-based composer and pianist Matthew Taylor is giving a series of illustrated piano recitals. Previous talks have included music by Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Haydn, Mozart, Berg and
Schumann. Each recital comprises a very engaging, informative talk, time for discussions and very enjoyable piano playing.
£8, per session, tickets on the door.
Details of our concerts are posted on this site, and also mailed to everybody on our mailing list. If you would like to join our mailing list, please complete the form below.
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Specification of the Organ
The organ was built in 1906 by Henry Jones & Sons, South Kensington, renovated in 1986 by Bishop and Sons and rebuilt in 2005/6 by James Richardson-Jones.
|SWELL ORGAN||GREAT ORGAN||PEDAL ORGAN|
|1 Double Diapason||16||10 Open Diapason||8||17 Open Diapason||16|
|2 Open Diapason||8||11 Dulciana||8||18 Bourdon||16|
|3 Viol di Gamba||8||12 Rohr Flute*||8||19 Bass Flute (from no 18)†||8|
|4 Vox Angelica||8||13 Harmonic Flute||4||20 Super Octave (from no 17)†||4|
|5 Lieblich Gedact||8||14 Principal||4|
|6 Gemshorn||4||15 Fifteenth||2|
|7 Harmonic Piccolo||2||16 Mixture II†|
|Tremulant||Swell to Great||Swell to Pedals|
|Swell Octave||Great to Pedals|
Compass of Manuals C to g³, 56 notes
Compass of Pedals C to f¹, 30 notes
Mechanical action to manuals; electro-pneumatic action to pedals
Balanced Swell pedal†
* – misnomer for Clarabella
† – items new at the 1986 renovation