Skip to main content

How can we help?

Can't find what you need?

Contact one of our support staff.

Mon, 16 Sep 2019

Choir & Organ Completes 26-Year Digital Archive

London, 16th September 2019

Choir & Organ Completes 26-Year Digital Archive

Mark Allen Group title Choir & Organ has completed its digital archive in collaboration with digital publishing experts Exact Editions. The platform now offers a stunning back catalogue of over 150 issues dating back to 1993, as well as immediate access to every new issue published.

Shining a global spotlight on two distinctive fields of creativity, Choir & Organ celebrates inventiveness and excellence in all their forms. Now published monthly, every issue contains beautifully illustrated features on newly built and restored organs, insights into the lives and views of leading organists, choral directors and composers, profiles of pioneering and well-established choirs, and topical coverage of new research, festivals and exhibitions.

Individuals and institutions can now subscribe to the complete archive, serving as an indispensable cutting-edge resource for enthusiasts and academics alike. Users can seamlessly browse and share a specific feature, page or issue at the touch of a button across web, iOS and Android devices, creating a seamless cross-platform experience.

Choir & Organ is available in the Exact Editions shops here:

Individuals

Institutions

Head of Marketing and Digital Strategy at Mark Allen Group Luca Da Re said: “We’re delighted about the newly completed archive, which really gives a sense of the magazine’s heritage and importance to the two unique areas of music. The easy-to-use Exact Editions platforms facilitate the reading and enjoyment of issues old and new for all subscribers.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, commented: “It’s wonderful to be able to track the change and growth of Choir & Organ over the past 26 years. The exciting new resource will be beneficial to anyone wanting to learn more about the changing world of music.”


Skip to main content