St. Bartholomew's Church, Armley

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Postcards:
£2.50 Per set of 8 - comprises 2 external shots of the Church, 1 exterior taken around 1900, 1 of the Reredos and Altar, 1 elevated shot taken from above, 1 of the Organ case, 1 of the Baptistry mosaic, and 1 souvenir composite picture of the Church shrouded in scaffolding.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
     
 
Compact Discs:

 

 
 

Halleluiah, Handel!

Graham Barber pays tribute to Handel on the Schulze Organ
£8.75                       For more detail, & purchase on-line, click here         

 

 

 

(69.47 mins.)

 

 

  The Harmonious Harpsichord

Popular favourites played by Graham Barber on a fine harpsichord, recorded in St. Bartholomew's Church.
£7.40               For more detail, & purchase on-line, click here  

(49.06 mins.)  
   

Graham Barber on the Schulze Organ
Rheinberger: Sonatas 3,10 & 11.
from £12.35, down to £9.80            
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(63.13 mins.)

 

 

  Christmas Music for Organ
featuring Graham Barber, playing Seasonal music by various composers, including J.S.Bach's "In Dulci Jubilo"
£9.00                                                      
                               
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(59.12 mins.)

 

 

Fanfare II:
featuring 30 of the world's most famous organs, including one track from Graham Barber on the Schulze
£6.80                                                             
 


(71.36 mins.)

 

 

Schulze Showpieces: featuring Christopher Newton, on the Schulze, recorded in August, 2004, playing some of his favourite pieces, including Noel  Rawsthorne's "Dance Suite"   
£6.80.            
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(76.03 mins.)

 
 
The Schulze at Armley: A most welcome recasting of the LP produced in 1978, featuring Arnold Mahon & Lynne Davis.     Works by Franck, plus Boëllmann, Karg-Elert, and Berkeley. 
£9.00 
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(48.30 mins.)

 


Choral Treasures,
sung by The Heritage Singers,
recorded at St. Bartholomew's Church,
Organ: Christopher Newton        Director: Tim Knight.
£10.80
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DVD: The Organ Story
      released 2007

The  story  of  the  restoration  of  the  Schulze  organ  at 
St. Bartholomew’s Church, Armley, where  Graham Barber is organist. The first part is a documentary which traces the history of the organ from its incarnation in 1869, and follows the process of rescue from terminal decline to resplendent rebirth in 2004. The second part is a complete performance of Reubke’s Sonata on the 94th Psalm, with superimposed imagery and text. The menu also includes an introduction to the Sonata and a performance of Bach’s stirring chorale
In dulci jubilo as well as other extras.

 (Region 2) 
  
 



£16.75          (52 mins.)

         

    Books:
       

 

  A History of St.Bartholomew's, Armley
by Mike Collins (1940-2013). £2.95 A light-hearted, and slightly irreverent piece of work, combining a history of the Church and a guide to the many features.
29 pages, 9 sketches and maps.    

 

 

Restoration and Renovation,
St. Bartholomew's, Armley, 2002.

by Mike and Thelma Collins
£2.65

A souvenir of the lead up to obtaining a Heritage Lottery Grant and the execution of the works themselves. A detailed description of the operations and various trades involved both outside and inside the Church building.
     48 pages, 6 colour and over 100   b.& w. illustrations.

 


Signs and Symbols  
   
by Betty Ruzicka      £3.35
        An unusual collection  of nine poems and many pictures  inspired  by  the  restoration  work  of
2000-2002, written by a member of the congregation, who died in January, 2007.
Mostly of a devotional nature, with occasional bouts of quirkiness and humour.
     20 pages, profusely illustrated in full colour.

 

 
 

Railway Character Lines 

Too Busy to Delegate
by Mike Collins, 1940-2013

Mike's estate will make a donation to the Organ Fund for every book ordered via the St. Barts Organ Fund 
For details, see email below.
 


Mike belonged to St.Bartholomew's all his life. Through  church he met his wife, Thelma,  who in now a Churchwarden.

Mike worked for many years as a British Rail(ways) Civil Engineer.  He recalls hilarious anecdotes, tales of mishap and unforeseen incidents, laced with his dour humour.

www.armley-schulze.co.uk/Railway/

 

 
   
 
Goods, with St. Bart's Inscription:
   
 
Regent Ball Pen, black, green or maroon
(all  blue ink)  in presentation pack.          

 £3.75

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Handy Jotter & Pen     10x9cms                                 £3.75                    
 

   

 

4 Coasters, grained, leather effect in blue, green or red.   £6.00 

Colour
 
 
 


To contribute to St. Barts Organ Maintenance Fund, click on the Donate button below.

If you are a tax-payer, and wish to donate through Gift Aid,
please copy the following & email - see below.

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email: stbartsarmley@gmail.comm (omit final m)
 

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