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Directory of Notable UK Classical Organs


There are thousands of classical organs in churches all over the UK, this page is devoted to notable locations and is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all organs in the UK.
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St Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen
Original installation by Bruce of Edinburgh in 1818
Rebuilt by Hill, Norman & Beard in 1917

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Armagh Cathedral of St. Patrick (Church of Ireland)
Original installation by J.W. Walker & Sons of London 1840.
Rebuilt by Evans & Barr Belfast in 1928

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Original installation by J.W. Walker & Sons in 1840
Armagh Cathedral of St. Patrick (Roman Catholic)
Music for Two Organs Die Meistersinger
Transcription for Two Organs.
Organist:-
Cathedral Organ: David Hill
Allen Q350: Philip Scriven.

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Installed in 1904 by Telford & Telford of Dublin.
A second organ was installed in the Knave in 1984. It was later removed to a church in the Dundalk area.
Bangor Cathedral

Bangor Cathedral video tour
You Tube link iconHerbert Howells
Paean
(Six Pieces for Organ)

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Birmingham Cathedral

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Birmingham Symphony Hall

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Bolton Town Hall

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Bristol Cathedral
Toccata in D minor by J.S.Bach performed by Andrew Campbell

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Cambridge:- Christ's College

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Cambridge :- Kings College
Prelude and Fugue in D Major, Stephen Cleobury
Passacaglia and Fugue in e flat, Nathan Laube
Postlude in D minor, Daniel Hyde

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Cambridge:- Peterhouse College


Beautiful photo of the organ
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Cambridge :- St. John's College
Finale to Widor's Sixth Symphony - James Anderson-Besant

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Cambridge :- Trinity College

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Canterbury Cathedral

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Carlisle Cathedral

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Chelmsford Cathedral

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Chester Cathedral

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Chichester Cathedral
Chichester Cathedral organ
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Cork Cathedral

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Coventry Cathedral

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Cromer Church
The original organ was replaced in 1897 by one purchased from Bath Abbey and placed where it now stands in the chancel
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Dublin :- Christ Church

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Dublin :- St. Patrick's

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Durham Cathedral

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Edinburgh:- St. Giles'

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Edinburgh:- St. Mary's

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Ely Cathedral

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of Ely Cathedral
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Eton College

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Exeter Cathedral

Photo:- By Karl Gruber
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Gloucester Cathedral

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Hereford Cathedral

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Lichfield Cathedral

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Limerick Cathedral

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Lincoln Cathedral

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Liverpool Cathedral

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St. George's Hall, Liverpool

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Llandaff Cathedral

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London :- Chapel Royal

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London :- St Paul's Cathedral
Behind the scenes with Simon Johnson
Albinoni Adagio in G minor - Peter Holder
Saint-Saëns's "Organ" Symphony Simon Johnson and Peter Holder

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London :- Southwark Cathedral

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London :- Temple Church

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London :- Westminster Abbey

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Manchester Cathedral

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Newcastle Cathedral

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Norwich Cathedral

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Oxford:- Christ Church

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Oxford:- Magdalen College

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Oxford:- New College

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Oxford:- St. John's College

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Peterborough Cathedral

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Rathfarnham:- St. Columba's College
St. Columba’s College was founded in 1843 by the Rev. William Sewell, the Lord Primate of Ireland, the Earl of Dunraven and others. In 1849, St. Columba’s moved from Stackallan House in Co. Meath to its present 140-acre site on the slopes of the mountains in South County Dublin.
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Ripon Cathedral

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Rochester Cathedral

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St. Albans Cathedral

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St. Asaph Cathedral

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St David's Cathedral

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Salisbury Cathedral

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Shefield Cathedral
Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul

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Southwell Cathedral
Screen Organ

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Nave Organ

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Tenbury:- St Michael's

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Truro Cathedral

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Wakefield Cathedral

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Wells Cathedral

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Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey
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Winchester Cathedral

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Winchester College

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Windsor :- St. George's Chapel

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Worcester Cathedral

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York Cathedral

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