Historic Organ Conservation
A Practical Introduction to Processes and Planning
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: Church House Publishing
Number of Pages: 104
Width: 17.4 cm
Height: 27.4 cm
Intended as a practical guide to organ conservation issues, this work covers such topics as the need for regulation, the availability of grants, the benefits of good advice, the results of neglect and bad practice, the rewards of care and good housekeeping, and the principles of good restoration practice. Dominic Gwynn draws on his knowledge, experience and expertise and dedicates over half of the book to restoration techniques and the materials from which organs are made.
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