The Organ

A brief history

1824

William Hill – 1 manual

1846

William Hill – addition of Choir Organ and Pedal Pipes

1859

William Hill – addition of Short Compass Swell

1867

William Hill – Re-location of Organ

1897

Thomas Hill – Organ rebuilt with 4 manuals and pneumatic action

1966

Hill, Norman & Beard – Organ rebuilt with electric action, detached console and 3 manuals

1998

Wood of Huddersfield – Organ rebuilt and enlarged with 4 manuals and a new oak case

 

  • Great organ
    • Double Open Diapason 16′
    • Open Diapason I 8′
    • Open Diapason II 8′
    • Stopped Diapason 8′
    • Principal 4′
    • Wald Flute 4′
    • Twelfth 3’
    • Fifteenth 2′
    • Piccolo 2′
    • Glockenspiel II
    • Full Mixture IV
    • Sharp Mixture III
    • Trumpet 8′
    • Tremulant
  • Pedal organ
    • Sub Bass 32′
    • Open Diapason (Wood) 16′
    • Open Diapason (Metal) 16′
    • Violone 16′
    • Bourdon 16′
    • Principal 8′
    • Flute 8′
    • Fifteenth 4′
    • Flute 4′
    • Mixture IV
    • Sarff 32′
    • Trombone 16′
    • Trumpet 8′
  • Choir organ
    • Open Diapason 8′
    • Stopped Diapason 8′
    • Principal 4′
    • Nason Flute 4′
    • Fifteenth 2′
    • Mixture III
  • Swell organ (enclosed)
    • Bourdon 16′
    • Open Diapason 8′
    • Stopped Diapason 8′
    • Viola di Gamba 8′
    • Vox Angelica 8′
    • Principal 4′
    • Flute 4′
    • Flautina 2′
    • Mixture III
    • Oboe 8′
    • Tremulant
    • Double Trumpet 16′
    • Cornopean 8′
    • Clarion 4′
  • Solo organ (enclosed)
    • Quintaton 16′
    • Gamba 8′
    • Celeste 8′
    • Harmonic Flute 8′
    • Harmonic Flute 4′
    • Clarionet 8′
    • Orchestral Oboe 8′
    • Vox Humana 8′
    • Tremulant
    • Tuba 8′ (unenclosed)