How ‘The Organ Manual’ Works

‘The Organ Manual’ does not relist, unless there are no other resources providing all the information. By and large there are plenty of sites that provide relevant information, such as recital lists, it is just knowing what and where they are. So, ‘The Organ Manual’ points you in the right direction for the information you are looking for.

You can search easily using the ‘Search’ bar to take you to relevant pages or blog posts. However, there are also links to other sites or pages when relevant and these are highlighted in bold for ease of reference.

All listings are in alphabetical order and not in any order of preference. The listing of a company on this site does not mean I endorse their products or services in anyway. Companies have not paid to be listed on the site, unless they have requested an advert, which will only appear in the right hand side bar. I have not purposely omitted any companies and would welcome information regarding any I may have missed. Additions and amendments to the site will be highlighted in a monthly ‘Changes’ post on the Features, so regular users are aware of them.

‘The Organ Manual’ is a free site for all to use and hopefully benefit from. This is not least due to the support offered by IAO and Organists Review. If there is any income I will put that towards my university costs and eventually to support others learning the organ.

If you would like to display a poster advertising ‘The Organ Manual’, please go to publicity where a range of posters are available for you to print off.