I returned to Marlow today (see here
for my previous visit) to conduct a concert with the Thames Valley Recorder Orchestra in the parish church. The current church was built in 1835 and is a very handsome building. One of the things that grabbed my attention first was the large organ which I thought would make an excellent photo for today. Having done a little research online I discovered that it was built by Henry Willis (who also built the huge organ in the Royal Albert Hall) in 1876 and it was completely renovated in 1996 at a cost of £140,000. While the pipes have evidently been repainted, their distinctive green and gold colour scheme is an original feature and I think the two colours make a very striking contrast.