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by David Pepin
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Discovering Cathedrals book.
There are forty-eight Anglican cathedrals in England and Wales.
Includes a guide to recognising the various phases of architectural style, from Norman to the Gothic revival. Many b/w photos and simplified floor plans.
Discovering Cathedrals. ISBN 10: 0747801738, ISBN 13: 9780747801733.
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A book with the names of lost children is on display in the cathedral and anyone who has . Bloomsbury USA. p. 58. ISBN 9780747805977.
A book with the names of lost children is on display in the cathedral and anyone who has lost a child under any circumstances can ask for their child's name to be added to the book. Symbols of reconciliation. The old cathedral grounds are home to a number of symbols of reconciliation, to complement the churches mission. David Poulter (subsequently organist of Chester Cathedral and Director of Music at Liverpool Cathedral). Rupert Jeffcoat (subsequently director of music and organist at Brisbane Cathedral).
Discover all compositions recorded by David Pepin. Complete your David Pepin record collection. He is also author of the book ‘Discovering Cathedrals’ published by Shire Publications, which includes many colour photographs taken by him and his wife. He is an accomplished watercolour painter, and black and white sketch artist, with some of his work in publications by other authors. An Anglican by tradition he is also a local preacher in the Cumbria Circuit of the Methodist Church, and is involved in various ecumenical organisations.
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Cathedrals of Britain - David Pepin. More Norman architecture can be seen at: Canterbury, Carlisle, Chester, Chichester, Lincoln, Llandaff, Newport, Norwich, Oxford, Rochester, St Albans, St David’s and Southwell
Cathedrals of Britain - David Pepin. More Norman architecture can be seen at: Canterbury, Carlisle, Chester, Chichester, Lincoln, Llandaff, Newport, Norwich, Oxford, Rochester, St Albans, St David’s and Southwell. Winchester: the main arcade, gallery and clerestory in the North Transept shows what the Norman cathedral was like throughout; unmistakably confident, solid and fortress-like, even though it was built on a marsh.