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Membership of the Association is open to all who are interested in the organ whether they  play  any  musical instrument or not.

As members we receive regular newsletters containing future Association events, reviews of past events, articles by some of our members, information about events given by other groups that may be of interest and more.

We are also offered a reduced subscription rate to “Organists’ Review”  the magazine published 4 times a year by the IAO (Incorporated Association of Organists)

Our annual subscription rates are:-

Without “Organists’ Review”  £15  
With “Organists’ Review”   £38.80

Full time students under 25 membership is FREE

And there is a discounted rate of £18.50 for “Organists’ Review”

If would like to join or would like more information then contact the Secretary or come to one of our Events

Contacts CHAIRMAN John Maxwell-Jones  VICE- CHAIRMAN Margaret Edes  HON. SECRETARY Andy Storer Email  HON. TREASURER Chris Darrall  GIFT AID SECRETARY Gillian Chatto  NEWSLETTER  EDITOR Laurence  Rogers COMMITTEE Terence  Bennett, Geoff Howell, Denis Littleton, Hugh Morris. David Shooter, .

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If you would like to know more about the organs in Derbyshire then we can recommend the following books by  one of our leading members,

“Derbyshire Organs

In the Derbyshire Derwent and Ecclesbourne Valleys”

By Rodney Tomkins

A survey of organ from Darley Abbey(outskirts of Derby) to Darley Dale(just north of Matlock).

Publisher:- Scarthin Books, Cromford, Derbyshire (1995)

ISBN 0-907758-88-6     £7.95      p111

“Historic Organs

In Derbyshire”

By Rodney Tomkins

A survey of substantially unaltered Derbyshire organs built before 1914

Publisher:- Scarthin Books, Cromford, Derbyshire (1998)

ISBN 0-907758-97-5     £29.95      p303

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