Spirit of Wells Cathedral

Spirit of Wells Cathedral The Spirit of Wells Cathedral is so powerful and compelling that people come here again and again The building has a unity and a scale that make it both satisfying and familiar and the site beside th

  • Title: Spirit of Wells Cathedral
  • Author: Robert Dunning Michael Blandford
  • ISBN: 9781906887360
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Spirit of Wells Cathedral is so powerful and compelling that people come here again and again The building has a unity and a scale that make it both satisfying and familiar, and the site beside the springs that explain its name is exquisite Yet those who know the building well still see things they had never noticed before In style pure Gothic, pure English, its magThe Spirit of Wells Cathedral is so powerful and compelling that people come here again and again The building has a unity and a scale that make it both satisfying and familiar, and the site beside the springs that explain its name is exquisite Yet those who know the building well still see things they had never noticed before In style pure Gothic, pure English, its magic is revealed by sunlight streaming in at different angles according to the season and the time of day by candlelight when the sun has set and, in recent years, by the many facets of artificial light.Light, music and the cathedral s story were brought together in a dazzling performance for Annie Maw, the High Sheriff of Somerset in September 2007 and were the inspiration for this book that seeks to share the Spirit of Wells Cathedral with a wider audience.

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    1. As Wells is my most favourite city in England, there was no doubt that when I saw 'Spirit of Wells Cathedral' on a secondhand bookseller's shelf, I was going to purchase it. And I was not disappointed for the images are superb and the accompanying, informative text tells the story of the building excellently.The story of Wells cathedral begins where water from the Mendips bubbles to the surface at a spot cherished at least since Roman times. Ina, king of the West Saxons (whose grave is within th [...]

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