London-Harlesden, Church of All Souls, Station Road

Foto: John Salmon © 2016

In 1903 bouwde Norman & Beard een nieuw pneumatisch kegelladen-orgel voor de Church of All Souls, Station Road in London-Harlesden. Omstreeks 1995 is het door Vincent Coggin gerestaureerd waarbij de registertractuur is veranderd in elektro-pneumatiek.

Dispositie:

Great: C – a3 Double Diapason 16′, Open Diapason 8′, Open Diapason 8′, Wald Flute 8′, Principal 4′, Harmonic Flute 4′, Fifteenth 2′, Trumpet 8′.
Swell: C – a3 (in zwelkast) Bourdon 16′, Open Diapason 8′, Stopped Diapason 8′, Echo Gamba 8′, Voix Celeste 8′, Principal 4′, Mixture III, Horn 8′, Oboe 8′.
Choir: C – a3 Gamba 8′, Dulciana 8′, Claribel Flute 8′, Flauto Traverso 4′, Clarinet 8′.
Pedal: C – f1 Open Diapason 16′, Bourdon 16′, Principal 8′, Bass Flute 8′, Ophicleide 16′.
Couplers: Swell to Pedal, Swell to Great, Swell to Choir, Swell octave, Choir to Great, Choir to Pedal, Great to Pedal.
Accessories: Combination action with 8 memories and 8 general pistons and General Cancel; 3, 3 toe pedals; Gt-Pd toe pedal.