The pandemic has resulted in an explosion of music on line. Organists seem to have come into their own, with transcriptions leading the way\nI have highlighted the work of the Scott Brother's Duo, on at least a couple of occasions, I think. They continue with concerts every two weeks, the latest from St. Leonard's Parish Church Ludlow. This lovely old town is in the Marches in Shropshire just over the border from Herefordshire. This town is very close to where my sister in law and brother in law live. I spend time in this lovely old town whenever I visit. It has England's oldest hotel, the Feather's Inn. This dates from the Wars of the Roses in the fifteenth century.\n\n\n\nSo now England's cathedral organists are joining the party. There are recent recitals from Salisbury and Arundel Cathedrals.\n\nNow Hereford Cathedral joins the list, again very close to where my sister in law and brother in law live. This is one of my favorite Willis organs, with pipe work spread around the cathedral.\nThe first photograph is of the massive 32 ft. Bombarde division. In the video below it will really test your subs, in Walton's Orb and Scepter March and the final number with is the Toccata from Widor's 5th symphony, where this Bombarde is utilized to the full. It is deep and loud! That will really test your bass.