London (Strand), Queen’s Chapel of the Savoy, Savoy Hill

Foto: Andrew & Jane Wood © 2015

In 1965 bouwde J.W. Walker & Sons een nieuw elektro-pneumatisch kegelladen-orgel met een radiaal concaaf pedaalklavier voor de Queen’s Chapel of the Savoy, Savoy Hill in London (Strand) Middlesex. Het is in 1980 door dezelfde firma uitgebreid met een Sifflote. Verder werden er nieuwe speelhulpen toegevoegd.

Dispositie:

Pedal C – g1
1 Bourdon 16
2 Dulciana 16
3 Principal 8
4 Bass Flute 8
5 Dulciana 8
6 Octave Quint 5 1/3
7 Octave Flute 4
8 Dulcet 4
9 Flautino 2
10 Fagotto 16
11 Trumpet 8
12 Clarion 4
Choir C – c4
13 Chimney Flute 8
14 Dulciana 8
15 Principal 4
16 Flute 4
17 Nazard 2 2/3
18 Piccolo 2
19 Tierce 1 3/5
20 Larigot 1 1/3
21 Sifflote 1
22 Cimbel Stern
23 Tremulant not Dulciana & Principal
Great C – c4
24 Double Dulciana 16
25 Open Diapason 8
26 Stopped Diapason 8
27 Dulciana 8
28 Principal 4
29 Twelfth 2 2/3
30 Fifteenth 2
31 Mixture III 19.22.26
Swell C – c4  Enclosed
32 Gedeckt 8
33 Salicional 8
34 Gemshorn 4
35 Gedeckt Flute 4
36 Salicet 4
37 Fifteenth 2
38 Mixture III 22.26.29
39 Fagotto 16
40 Trumpet 8
41 Clarion 4
42 Tremulant

Couplers:
Swell to Pedal
Swell to Great
Swell to Choir
Choir to Great
Choir to Pedal
Great to Pedal

Accessories:
5 Thumb pistons to each manual
5 General Thumb pistons
5 General Toe Pistons (duplicating)
5 Toe pistons to Pedal, 5 to Swell (duplicating)
Great and Pedal combinations coupled
reversible thumb pistons gt-pd, sw-gt, ch-gt;
reversible toe piston gt-pd;
setter thumb piston
lock with separate key for ‘capture’ system;
Rotary switch engraved “JWW” for 8 levels of capture system;
balanced swell pedal