West Gallery Music

Musicians and singers are invited to rehearse church music of the 17th and 18th centuries.

West Gallery Music, also known as Georgian Psalmody, refers to the sacred music (metrical psalms. with a few hymns and anthems) sung and played in English parish churches, as well as nonconformist chapels, from 1700 to around 1850.  In the late 1980s, West Gallery Music experienced a revival and is now sung by several West Gallery Quires (choirs).

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Specific meeting dates may be found in the Timetable