London (East Molesey), Church of Saint Paul

Pictures: Andrew & Jane Wood © 2018

In 1961 bouwde de firma Henry Willis and Sons een Bishop-orgel om in de Church of Saint Paul in London (East Molesey). De tractuur van het kegelladen-orgel is elektro-pneumatisch. Het pedaalklavier is radiaal-concaaf. Het pedaal is grotendeels als unit gebouwd. De letters A en B verwijzen naar de stamregisters.

Dispositie:

Positif: C – c4 Nason 8′, Pianissimo 8′, Coppel Flöte 4′, Flautino 2′, Sext II (12.17).
Great: C – c4 Quintade 16′ A, Open Diapason 8′, Rohr Flute 8′, Principal 4′, Twelfth 2 2/3′, Fifteenth 2′, Mixture III (17.19.22), Trumpet 8′.
Swell: C – c4 (in zwelkast), Open Diapason 8′, Stopped Diapason 8′, Viola-da-Gamba 8′, Voix Célestes 8′ TC, Fugura 4′, Mixture III (15.19.22), Contra Oboe 16′, Trumpet 8′.
Pedal: C – f1 Sub Bass 32′ (extension), Major Bass 16′ A, Quintade 16′ B, Octave Bass 8′ A, Quintade 8′ B.
Couplers: Swell to Pedal, Swell to Great, Swell octave, Swell unison off, Great to Pedal, Positif to Pedal, Positif 4 to Pedal, Swell 4 to Pedal, Swell 4 to Great, Positif Octave, Swell to Positif, Positif to Great.
Accessories: 5 thumb pistons engraved 0 to 4 for Swell and Great; thumb piston “Oboe 8ft” (using Contra Oboe?); thumb piston “Octave couplers” cancel; thumb piston “General Cancel”; 4 toe pistons to Swell and Pedal; toe piston “Pedal Cancel”; toe piston “general Cancel”; reversible thumb pistons Sw-Pd, Pos-Gt, Sw-Gt, Gt-Pd, Pos-Pd; broken thumb piston, from its location, possibly Sw-Pos; reversible toe piston Gt-Pd; balanced swell pedal operating horizontal shutters; Great and Pedal combinations coupled; Individual piston setter switches behind music desk, four rows (one per piston), one three-position switch per rocker.