Opus 42 (2002)

1m, 4 stops with shifting movement foot pedal. Chest organ originally built for a private residence in Northumberland, then removed to Leicester (where it was used in the church of St James the Greater), and now in Dunblane Cathedral. Solid oak case with hand carved linen-fold panels. With foot pedal shifting movement.

Opus 42 - Image 1

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Manual: Stopped Diapason 8' Oak and walnut
Nason Flute           4' Oak and walnut, divided
Nazard            2 2/3' 25% tin, Treble
  Fifteenth               2' 25% tin, divided

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