Inside Albert Street Uniting

Graeme  Hyde

Ulverstone, Australia

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The Albert Street Uniting Church (formerly Methodist), on the corner of Albert and Ann Streets, Brisbane, was opened on 8 November 1889. The interior features a fine timber-vaulted ceiling with an upper gallery supported by delicate cast-iron columns. The organ was built by George Benson of Manchester, and was completed at Benson’s organ works by 22 July 1889, when a recital was given on it by Mr Irvine Dearnaley.
Organ recitals at the Albert Street church were a regular feature of Brisbane’s musical life in the 1890s and the Sydney City Organist, Auguste Wiegand, gave a series of three recitals there on Saturday 18, Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 May 1895.

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