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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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Choir and Organ

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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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ARMAGH.—ANCIENT CATHEDRAL OF ST. PATRICK. Built 1839 by Walker. 3 manuals (Compass, fff to F in Alt), 21 speaking stops, 3 couplers. Originally placed on gallery, South Transept ; removed to North Transept and enlarged, 1854 ; rebuilt, 1870, and compass altered to CC to F 54 notes, etc. Has a remarkably sweet tone, diapasons being particularly good.
Organist : T. Osborne Marks, MUS. BAC. OXON., MCS. DOC. T.C.D.
Dictionary of Organs and Organists
F.W Thornsby
1921
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

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Paean
(Six Pieces for Organ)

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Birmingham Cathedral

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DOO Icon ST. PHILIP's CATHEDRAL
Built 1715 by Schwarbrick. Re-constructed 1804 by England ; 1892 by Nicholson (Worcester). 34 speaking stops, 10 other stops. Removed 1883 from West to East end. Fine front. Modern set of pedals up to G have been added, with 32ft. Acoustic Bass from Pedal open, and reeds re-tongued. Organist : Edwin Stephenson.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Birmingham Symphony Hall
Jonathan Scott Flight of the Bumblebee

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Bolton Town Hall

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DOO Icon TOWN HALL
Built 1874 and rebuilt 1907 by Gray & Davison. 4 manuals and pedal, 51 speaking stops, peal of 37 bells. 2 tremulants, 12 couplers, 3 swell boxes, 30 pneumatic pistons and pedal touches. 3,473 pipes. Tubular pneumatic action throughout. Blown by "Kinetic" fans driven by a 10 h.p. electric motor at 850 revolutions per minute. Organist : Arthur E. Jones, F.R.C.O., L.T.C.L.
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1921
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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DOO Icon KING's COLLEGE
Rebuilt 1888 by Hill. 4 manuals, 55 speaking stops, 9 couplers. Tubular pneumatic action. Hydraulic blowing.
Organist : Dr. A. H. Mann, M.A., F.R.C.O., F.R.A.M.
Dictionary of Organs and Organists
F.W Thornsby
1921
Cambridge:- Peterhouse College


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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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DOO Icon TRINITY COLLEGE CHAPEL
Built 1706 by Smith; overhauled and improved 1767 by Parker ; further work 1801 by Avery ; 1808 by Lincoln ; and 1819 by Flight & Robson. Extensive improve- ments 1836 by Gray ; and 1853, 1870 and 1890 by Hill. Completely rebuilt, restored and enlarged 1912 by Harrison. 4 manuals, 74 speaking stops, 17 couplers, 6 combination pedals, 22 combination Istons, 2 reversible pedals, 2 reversible pistons, pedal for tremulant, crescendo pedals. Tubular pneumatic. Blown by 12 h.p. electric motor and discus fan.
Organist; Alan Gray, Mt'S. DOC. CANTAB.,
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Canterbury Cathedral

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DOO Icon CANTERBURV CATHEDRAL
Built 1885 by Willis. 4 manuals, 6 Stops on Solo, 13 on Swell, 8 on Choir, 15 on Great, 4 on Pedal ; 10 couplers, 4 composition pedals, 4 composition pistons on each manual. 5 pedal stops and Kinetic blower, operated by 10 h.p. Bull electric motor, added by Norman & Beard, 1905.
Organist : C. Charlton Palmer, MCS. DOC. OXON., F.R.C.O.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Carlisle Cathedral

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DOO Icon CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY AND UNDIVIDED TRINITY
Built 1856 by Willis. Rebuilt and enlarged 1907 by Harrison. 4 manuals, 58 speaking stops, 17 couplers, 3,322 pipes. Tubular pneumatic action throughout, 5 combination pedals, 10 combination pistons, 4 patent adjustable combination pistons, 2 reversible pistons, 1 reversible pedal, 2 balanced crescendo pedals, 2 tremulant pedals. Blown by 5 h.p. electric motor.
Organist: Fred Wadely, M.A., MCS. B. CANI'AB, F.R.C.O., 4, Victoria Place. Educated at Selyn College, Cambridge, and R.C.M.
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1921
Chelmsford Cathedral

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Chester Cathedral

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DOO Icon CHESTER CATHEDRAL
Built 1874 by Chas. Whiteley ; improved 1895 by Gray & Davison ; rebdilt 1910 by Hill. 4 manuals, 63 speak- ing stops, 14 couplers, 10 composition pedals, 20 pistons, 1 double- acting pedal. Blown by electric Kinetic fan. Pneumatic action. Electric action also to Choir organ and Pedal.
Organist : Joseph C. Bridge, M.A., MVS. DOC. OXON. AND DUNELM, F.S.A., R.A.M., F.R.C.O.
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Chichester Cathedral
Chichester Cathedral organ
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DOO Icon CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL
Built 1685 by Renatus Harris. Last restored 1904, by Hele. Contains work by Byfield, Knight, England, Gray & Davison, and Hill. 3 manuals, 34 speaking stops, 7 other stops, and 2,080 pipes. Tubular pneumatic action ; 21in. pressure on all fine flue work, oboe, and clarionet ; Gin. on reeds and action. 4th manual and 32ft. pedal prepared for. Beautiful and mellow tone, con- Sidered one Of the finest In England. Opened 1904 by present organist, assisted by the choirs and organists of Salisbury and Winchester Cathedrals. Organist : Frederick Joseph William Gowe, F.R.A.S., F.R. HIST. SOC.
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1921
Cork Cathedral

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DOO Icon CORK CATHEDRAL
Built 1870 by Hill. Restored 1889 by Magaby, and 1907 by Hele. Opened 1907 by present organist. 4 manuals, 53 speaking stops, 13 other stops, and 3,040 pipes. Tubular pneumatic throughout. Blown by 3 hydraulic engines. Built in chamber about 20ft. below level of floor. Organist : William George Eveleigh, DOC. OXON., F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M.
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1921
Coventry Cathedral

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ST. MICHAEL's CHURCH.
Built 1887 by Willis. 4 manuals, 44 speaking stops, 10 other stops. Electric Kinetic blower. Organist : Walter Hoyle, F.R.C.O. Assistant: Fred J. Harker.
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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
Cromer ChurchCromer Church
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ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL PARISH CHURCH.
Built 1897 and enlarged and brought up to date 1912 by Norman & Beard. 4 manuals, 54 speaking stops. Case from Bath Abbey. Organist : Alfred Heath.
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1921
Dublin :- Christ Church

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Dublin :- St. Patrick's

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Durham Cathedral

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Built 1876 by Willis; Restored 1905 by Harrison. 4 manuals, 73 speaking stops, 17 couplers, 22 combination pistons, 6 combination pedals, I reversible piston, 4 stop-control switches, 3 balanced crescendo pedals. Blown by 3 electric motors.
Organist : Rev. Arnold Duncan Culley, M.A., MUS. BAC., F.R.C.O, A.R.C.M.
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Edinburgh:- St. Giles'

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Edinburgh:- St. Mary's

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ST. MARy's CATHEDRAL
Built 1879 by Willis. Electric action added 1897 by Hope Jones. 4 manuals, 49 speaking stops, 18 couplers, and 4 double-touch couplers. Preparation for Sanctuary organ on Choir manual, and for various other stops. 20 compound composition keps, 2 Swell pedals, tremulant and stop switch. Electric motor and Willis patent cylinders. 3,160 pipes.
Organist : T. H. Collinson, BAC. OXON., F.R.C.O.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Ely Cathedral

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DOO Icon ELY CATHEDRAL
Built 1908 by Harrison. 4 manuals, 69 speaking stops, 19 couplers, 7 combination pedals, 26 combination pistons, 1 reversible pedal, 2 reversible pistons, 2 balanced crescendo pedals. Choir, Solo and part of Great and Pedal electro-pneumatic ; Swell and remainder of Great and Pedal tubular pneumatic. Blown by 14 h.p. National gas engine and feeders.
Organist: A. W. Wilson, D. OXON., F.R.C.O., The College, Ely.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Eton College

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Exeter Cathedral

Photo:- By Karl Gruber
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DOO Icon EXETER CATHEDRAL
Built 1666 by Loosemore. Rebuilt by Henry Speechly. 4 manuals, 55 speaking stops, 9 couplers. Front pipes of pure tin, the only ones in existence m Great Britain.
Organist : and Choirmaster : Dr. D. J. Wood, MUS. B. OXON., F.R.C.O., L.T.C.L.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Gloucester Cathedral

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Hereford Cathedral

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DOO Icon HEREFORD CATHEDRAL
Restored 1892 and added to 1909 by Willis. Original organ built 1686 by Renatus Harris was presented by Charles Il. Has been added to and altered by various builders. 4 manuals, 16 stops on Great ; Swell, 14 ; Choir, 10 ; Solo, 3 ; Echo, 7 ; Pedal, 10 ; couplers, 16 ; 3,455 speaking pipes ; 9 composition pedals ; 3 swell pedals ; 18 pneumatic combination pistons ; nearly 300 inter- changeable pneumatic combination knobs. Tubular pneumatic action throughout. Blown by 5 hydraulic engines.
Organist : George Robertson Sinclair, MUS. DOC. , F.R.C.O., HON. R.A.M., L.R.A.M.
Assistant Organist : Percy Clarke Hull, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.O.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Lichfield Cathedral

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DOO Icon LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL
Rebuilt 1884 and 1908 by Hill. 4 manuals, 18 stops on Great, 16 on Swell, 9 on Choir, 9 on solo, 13 on Pedal, and 17 couplers, 7 composition pedals, 2 double acting pedals, 24 pneumatic pistons.
Organist : John B. Lott
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Limerick Cathedral

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Lincoln Cathedral

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DOO Icon LINCOLN CATHEDRAL
Built 1898 by Willis. Opened by Sir Walter Parritt. 4 manuals, 58 speaking stops, 18 other stops, 3,228 pipes. Greater part of organ is on choir screen and keyboard on north side, but Swell organ and part of Pedal organ in Triforium, on north side. Blown by electricity, the bellows and two electric motors being in the Triforium.
Organist: George John Bennett, MUS. DOC. CANTAB, F.R.A.M., F.R.C.O.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Liverpool Cathedral

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St. George's Hall, Liverpool

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ST. GEORGE'S HALL
Built 1855 by Willis. Rebuilt and modernised 1898. Opened by Dr. A. L. Peace. 4 manuals, 100 speaking stops, 14 couplers, 36 pneumatic pistons, 6 composition pedals. Blown by two steam engines.
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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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DOO Icon ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL
. Built by Bernard Schmidt. Rebuilt by Willis. 5 manuals, 76 speaking stops, 26 other stops, 4,822 pipes.
Organist and Director of the Music: Sir George Clement Martin, M.V.O., MVS. DOC. OXON ET CANTUAR, F.R.C.O., HON. R.A.M.
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London :- Southwark Cathedral

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DOO Icon SOUTHWARK CATHEDRAL
Built 1897 by Lewis. 4 manuals, 13 pedal stops, including three of 32ft. Fine solo organ, 40 combination key touches. Electric action throughout.
Organist: Edgar S. Cook, F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M.
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F.W Thornsby
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London. Royal Albert Hall
An Introduction by Jonathan Scott
Elgar Pomp & Circumstance March No. 1 - Jonathan Scott
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London :- Temple Church

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London :- Westminster Abbey

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DOO Icon WESTMINSTER ABBEY
Built 1895 by Hill. 5 manuals and pedal, 78 speaking stops, 22 couplers, 10 pneumatic combination pedals, 10 combination pistons, 3 crescendo pedals, 3 tremulants.
Organist: Sir Frederick Bridge, C.V.O., M.A., MUS. DOC. OXON.
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Manchester Cathedral

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DOO Icon MANCHESTER CATHEDRAL AND COLLEGIATE CHURCH of ST. MARY, ST. GEORGE AND ST. DENYS.
Built 1871 by Hill. Presented by Sir William Houldsworth, Bart. Rebuilt 1910 by Hill. 5 manuals, 66 speaking stops, 20 other stops. Tubular pneumatic action through- out. There is a second organ in the " Ely Chapel," built by Father Smith in 1680. 1 manual and pedal, 7 sounding stops.
Organist : Sydney H. Nicholson.
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Newcastle Cathedral

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DOO Icon NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE CATHEDRAL
Built 1882 by Lewis. Reconstructed and enlarged 1911 by Harrison. 4 manuals, 75 speaking stops, 22 couplers, 8 combination pedals, 29 combination pistons, 4 reversible pistons, 1 reversible pedal, 2 reversible foot pistons for tremulants, 3 balanced crescendo pedals. Electro-pneumatic action throughout. Blown by 2 electric motors Of 7 and 5 h.p. respectively, and 2 large feeder-bellows with 10 feeders.
Organist: J. E. Jeffries, F.R.C.O.
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1921
Norwich Cathedral

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DOO Icon NORWICH CATHEDRAL
Built 1889 by Norman & Beard. 5 manuals. 64 speaking stops, 14 couplers, 4,148 pipes. Tubular pneumatic action applied to whole organ excepting Echo organ, which is con- trolled by the latest electro-pneumatic connection. Splendid tone Of diapasons, and fine Echo organ.
Organist : Frank Bates, MUS. DOC.
Sub-Organist: R. J. Maddern-Williams, A.R.C.O.
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Oxford:- Christ Church

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DOO Icon OXFORD
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL
Rebuilt 1884 and 1910 by Willis. 4 manuals, 40 speaking stops, 10 couplers, 7 composition pedals, 10 pneumatic pistons.
Organist : Henry George Ley.
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Oxford:- Magdalen College

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MAGDALEN COLLEGE CHAPEL
. Built by Gray & Davison, and Binns. 4 manuals, 50 stops.
Organist : John Varley Roberts, MUS. DOC., F.R.C.O.
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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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DOO Icon PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL
Built 1894 by Hill. 4 manuals, 68 speaking stops, 13 other stops, 4,917 pipes. Organist: Haydon Keeton, DOC. OXON., F.R.C.O.
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F.W Thornsby
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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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DOO Icon RIPON CATHEDRAL
Built 1878 by Lewis. Restored 1902 by Hill. 4 manuals, 52 speaking stops, 11 couplers. Solo organ of 6 stops prepared for. Organ originally built by Father Smith. Rebuilt 1912 by Harrison, when all reeds were re-voiced and mitred, the flue work re-scaled and re-voiced, the Solo organ of 6 stops added, and the Choir organ boxed and placed on North side Of the Choir, and blowing apparatus transferred to the crypt. Blown by gas engine.
Organist : Charles Harry Moody.
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Rochester Cathedral

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DOO Icon ROCHESTER CATHEDRAL
Built 1791 by Green. Rebuilt 1905 by Walker. Opened by Sir F. Bridge. 3 manuals, 41 speaking stops, 6 other stops.
Organist : Bertram Luard-Se1by.
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St. Albans Cathedral

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DOO Icon ST. ALBANS CATHEDRAL
Built 1861 by Hill. Restored and enlarged 1907 by Abbott and Smith. Expense entirely borne by Lord Aldenham. 4 manuals, 49 speaking Stops, 12 couplers, 7 composition pedals, 13 composition pistons, one Great to pedal, 3 Swell pedals.
Organist : W. L. Luttman, M.A., MUS. BAC. CANTAB., F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M.
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St. Asaph Cathedral

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DOO Icon ST. ASAPH CATHEDRAL
Restored 1898 by Hill. 4 manuals, 42 speaking stops, 9 couplers, 7 composition pedals.
Organist and Master of the Choristers: W. E. Belcher, M.A. CANTAB., F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M.
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St David's Cathedral

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DOO Icon ST. DAVIDS CATHEDRAL
Built 1882 by Willis. 3 manuals, 34 speaking stops, 7 couplers.
Organist : Herbert C. Morris, M.A. CANTAB., F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M.
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Salisbury Cathedral

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DOO Icon SALISBURY CATHEDRAL
Built 1876 by Willis. 4 manuals, 55 speaking stops, 11 couplers.
Organist : Charles T. South.
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Sheffield 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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DOO Icon SOUTHWELL CATHEDRAL
Built 1892 by Bishop. opened by present organist. 4 manuals, 54 speaking stops, 11 other stops, 3,000 pipes, I I combination pistons. Tremulant. Tubular pneumatic action throughout. Spotted metal pipes. Blown by gas engine.
Organist : R. W. Liddle, HON. VICE-PRESIDENT G.O.
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Tenbury:- St Michael's

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DOO Icon TENBURY. ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE
Rebuilt and enlarged 1874 by Willis. 4 manuals, 55 speaking stops, 9 other stops, 3, 130 pipes. Blown by hand.
Organist : Norman C. Woods, M.A., MUS. BAC. CANTAB.
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Truro Cathedral

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DOO Icon TRURO CATHEDRAL
Built 1887 by Willis. 4 manuals, 55 stops. Pneumatic action, hydraulic engines for blowing.
Organist : M. J. Monk, MUS. DOC. OXON., F.R.C.O.
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Wakefield Cathedral

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Wells Cathedral

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DOO Icon WELLS CATHEDRAL
Rebuilt 1664 by Robert Taunton; 1786 by Green ; 1857 (and restored 1891) by Willis ; rebuilt and considerably enlarged 1909 by Harrison. 4 manuals, 55 speaking stops, 21 couplers, 2 tremulants, 6 combination pedals, 20 combination pistons, 2 reversible pistons, 2 balanced crescendo pedals. Tubular pneumatic action throughout, except the manual to pedal couplers, which are mechanical. Blown by 3 hydraulic engines.
Organist : Rev. Thomas Henry Davis, B.A., MUS. DOC., F.R.C.O.
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Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey
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DOO Icon WESTMINSTER ABBEY
Built 1895 by Hill. 5 manuals and pedal, 78 speaking stops, 22 couplers, 10 pneumatic combination pedals, 10 combination pistons, 3 crescendo pedals, 3 tremulants.
Organist : Sir Frederick Bridge, C.V.O., M.A., MUS. DOC. OXON.
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Winchester Cathedral

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DOO Icon WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL
4 manuals, 69 stops. Built by Willis, for the Great Exhibition of 1851, and bought by the Dean on the advice Of Dr. S. S. Wesley, organist of the Cathedral. Set of diapasons added by Hele, 1905.
Organist : William Prendergast, MCS. DOC. OXON.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
Winchester College

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DOO Icon WINCHESTER COLLEGE CHAPEL
Built 1681 by Renatus Harris; re- paired 1804 by Green; entirely rebuilt 1875 by Bishop; enlarged later by Hill; rebuilt 1909 by Norman & Beard.
Organist: E. T. Sweeting, MUS. DOC. OXON., F.R.C.O.
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1921
Windsor :- St. George's Chapel

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Worcester Cathedral

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DOO Icon WORCESTER CATHEDRAL
Built 1896 by Hope Jones. 4 manuals, 55 speaking stops, 25 other stops. Organ divided into 3 sections, console behind stalls, North aisle Of church is connected with various parts of organ by single flexible cable. Wind supplied by Kinetic blower.
Organist : Ivor Atkins, HON, R.A.M., MUS. BAC. OXON., F.R.C.O.
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F.W Thornsby
1921
York Minster

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DOO Icon YORK MINSTER
Built 1829 by Elliott & Hill. Improved 1860 by Hill. Entirely rebuilt 1903 by Walker. 4 manuals, 70 speaking stops, 13 couplers, 2 tremulants, 21 electric pneumatic combination pistons, 14 electric pneumatic combination pedals. Blown by 4 hydraulic engines. Console on south side.
Organist : T. Tertius Noble, F.R.C.O., A.R.C.M.
Dictionary of Organs and Organists
F.W Thornsby
1921