Organ and Choir Recital with RSCM Scottish Voices at Dunfermline Abbey by Carnegie UK Trust published on 2013-11-27T09:53:52Z RSCM Scottish Voices, conducted by Frikki Walker, with Michael Bawtree, organ Saturday 12 October, Dunfermline Abbey, Scotland This concert was the first event in a week of events called Andrew Carnegie’s International Legacy: Shaping the Future festival. The Carnegie UK Trust and the Carnegie Corporation of New York jointly promoted two concerts to celebrate Andrew Carnegie’s support for church organs, and the Carnegie UK Trust’s historic role in the revival of Tudor church music and support for British music in the 1920s. The trans-Atlantic collaboration took place in Dunfermline Abbey, Scotland on 12 October 2013, and in the Cathedral of St John the Divine, New York City on 20 November 2013. The concerts will include some of the finest organ and choral music, as well as choral music from the Tudor Church Music collection and by other composers associated with the Carnegie UK Trust, which celebrates its centenary in 2013. Tudor church music was rediscovered, edited and published with support from the Carnegie UK Trust in the 1920s. The English composers in the programme include Sir George Dyson, who was a chair of the Trust and a life trustee and Herbert Howells, who worked on the Tudor music project as a research assistant, and was an early recipient of support from the Trust for his own compositions. English composer Edgar Bainton worked with the Trust as a judge on its music publication scheme in the 1920s.