The Organ

1865 – built by Hill & Son of London

1894 – worked on by Wadsworth of Manchester

1937 – major rebuild by Rothwell

1975 – reconstruction by Hill, Norman & Beard including new console and electrification of action

ORGAN SPECIFICATIONS

Great Organ

  • Double Diapason 16′
  • Open Diapason 8′
  • Stopped Diapason 8′
  • Gemshorn 8′
  • Viol D’Amour 8′
  • Principal 4′
  • Harmonic Flute 4′
  • Twelfth 2 2/3′
  • Fifteenth 2′
  • Mixture IV
  • Grand Trumpet 8′
Choir Organ

  • Lieblich Gedackt 8′
  • Gamba 8′
  • Suabe 4′
  • Flautina 2′
  • Larigot 1 1/3′
  • Clarinet 8′
  • Grand Trumpet 8′
  • Tremulant
Swell Organ

  • Open Diapason 8′
  • Stopped Diapason 8′
  • Viol d’Orchestre 8′
  • Viol Celestes 8′
  • Principal 4′
  • Fifteenth 2′
  • Mixture II
  • Shalmey 16′
  • Cornopean 8′
  • Oboe 8′
  • Clarion 4′
  • Tremulant
Pedal Organ

  • Harmonic Bass 32′
  • Open Diapason 16′
  • Bourdon 16′
  • Echo Bourdon 16′
  • Octave 8′
  • Bass Flute 8′
  • Super Octave 4′
  • Flute 4′
  • Octavin 2′
  • Trombone 16′
  • Clarion 4′