Blake et al. in England - between 1860 and 1869
from Reminiscences of a Stonemason, by a working man, page 41:
The National School was nothing if not churchy, and the piano was practised by the assistant, so that at a pinch he could take the organ at the church or play the harmonium at the school.
Blake and I took turns in blowing the organ once a week for his organ practice. At that time when the organ was playing I was just conscious of a confused mass of sound, and used to be glad when it was over. But it was a novelty to me, walking to the church and opening the gates and doors with keys without having to ask permission.
James Turnbull, Reminiscences of a Stonemason, by a working man (London, 1908), p. 41. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1656586355129 accessed: 4 December, 2022
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|unspecified organ music||performed by the school assistant|
|Date/Time||between 1860 and 1869|
|Listening Environment||indoors, in public, solitary|