London (Woodcote, Purley), Church of Saint Mark

Foto: John Salmon © 2011

In 1915 plaatste de firma J.W. Walker & Sons een nieuw pneumatisch kegelladen-orgel in de in 1909 voltooide Saint Mark’s Church in Purley-Woodcote. In 1973 werd het instrument gerestaureerd door de firma Harrison & Harrison.

Dispositie:

Great Organ: C – a3 Double Diapason 16′, Open Diapason Large 8′, Open Diapason 8′, Claribel Flute 8′, Wald Flute 8′, Principal 4′, Flute Harmonique 4′, Twelfth 2 2/3′, Fifteenth 2′, Mixture 3 ranks, Trumpet 8′.
Choir Organ: C – a3 Violin Diapason 8′, Lieblich Gedact 8′, Dulciana 8′, Gamba 8′, Vox Angelica 8′, Suabe Flute 4′, Piccolo Harmonique 2′, Clarinet 8′, Trumpet 8′.
Swell Organ: C – a3 Lieblich Bourdon 16′, Open Diapason 8′, Lieblich Gedact 8′, Viola da Gamba 8′, Voix Celeste 8′ (TC), Gemshorn 4′, Lieblich Flute 4′, Fifteenth 2′, Mixture 4 ranks, Contra Fagotto 16′, Horn 8′, Oboe 8′, Clarion 4′, Tremulant.
Pedal Organ: C – f1 Sub Bourdon 32′ – extension, Open Diapason 16′, Bourdon 16′, Lieblich Bourdon 16′ – from Swell, Octave 8′ – extension, Flute 8′ – extension, Trombone 16′, Trumpet 8′ – extension.
Koppelingen: Choir to Great, Swell to Great, Swell to Choir, Great to Pedal, Choir to Pedal, Swell to Pedal, Swell Octave, Swell Suboctave, Swell Unison Off.