Music and Freemasonry

The magnificent organ in the Grand Temple at Freemasons Hall

Reading Time: 7 minutes Music has always been integral to English Freemasonry from the early years of the 18th century and the inclusion of songs set to music in James Anderson’s first Book of Constitutions (1723) is clear evidence for this. Early Lodge music generally took the form of singing either unaccompanied or with portable instruments, as the Lodges … Read more