Recent Grade I Listings

 



St Mary the Virgin, Nottingham

Marcussen & Son 1973                                            

Listed Grade I   June 2017

An instrument of the highest quality from the Organ Reform Movement that has had considerable influence on British organ building. 

Hovedvaerk:  Principal, Rorflojte, Octav, Spidsflojte, Nasat, Octav, Ters, Mixtur VI-VIII, Trompet 

Brystvaerk:  Gedakt, Spidsgamba, Principal, Kobbelflojte, Gemshorn, Quint, Scharf V-VI, Krumhorn, Vox Humana, Tremulant

Pedal:  Subbas, Oktav, Gedakt, Mixtur VI, Fagot, Trompet

Further details can be found in record N08469 on the National Pipe Organ Register




St Mary, Studley Royal, Yorkshire

 

T.C.Lewis 1875

Case designed by William Burges

An unaltered organ by a significant organbuilder in a highly original case that is a striking example of collaboration between organbuilder and church architect

Listed Grade I June 2017        

Great Lieblich Gedact, Open DIapason, Lieblich Gedact, Salicional, Octave, Flute, Mixture III

Swell Geigen Principal, Flute, Voix Celestes, Vox Angelica, Geigen Principal, Trumpet, Oboe, Voix Humaine, Tremulant

Pedal Open Bass, Sub Bass

A full stop-list can be found in record N14988 on the National Pipe Organ Register




Ebenezer Baptist Church, Swansea

 

Harrison & Harrison, Durham,  1904

A rare and rather special survivor from Arthur Harrison’s early years, within the building for which it was intended and contributing to the grandeur of the whole.

Listed Grade I   May 2016

Great:  Double Diapason, Open Diapason, Gamba, Hohlflute, Principal, Harmonic Flute, Twelfth, Fifteenth.

Swell:  Bourdon, Violin Diapason, Rohr Flute, Salicional, Voix Celestes, Gemshorn, Piccolo, Vox Humana, Oboe, Cornopean.

Choir:  Keraulophon, Clarabella, Suabe Flute, Clarinet, Orchestral Oboe.

Pedal:  Open DIapason, Bourdon, Violincello

Further details can be found in record G00225 on the National Pipe Organ Register

CLICK HERE for a demonstration by Rob Charles playing Millenium Prelude by Noel Rawsthorne




Hatchlands, East Clandon, Surrey

J. W. Walker & Sons, London 1904

Case by Reginald Blomfield

Commissioned for the music room at Hatchlands (National Trust - former residence of Lord Rendel)   

In original condition and location. Unaltered. Tubular-pneumatic action

Listed Grade I   January 2016

Great:  Open Diapason, Open Diapason (small), Wald Flute, Principal, Fifteenth.

Swell:  Lieblich Bourdon, Open Diapason, Stopped Diapason, Echo Gamba, Voix Celeste, Principal, Fifteenth, Horn, Oboe.

Choir:  Lieblich Gedact, Gamba, Dulciana, Suabe Flute.

Pedal:  Bourdon, Lieblich Bourdon (Sw), Flute (Sw)

Further details can be found in record N13737 on the National Pipe Organ Register

                                                                               




Royal Sea Bathing Hospital, Margate

 

Chapel Organ

Henry Willis 1888

Unusual layout closely integrated into the architecture of the chapel.   In original condition.

Listed Grade I          September 2016

Great:  Open Diapason, Claribel Flute, Dulciana, Principal, Flute Harmonique, Fifteenth, Clarinet.

Swell:  Open Diapason, Lieblich Gedackt, Salicional, Vox Angelica, Gemshorn, Flageolet, Cornopean.

Pedal:  Bourdon

Further details can be found in record N14623 on the National Pipe Organ Register

This organ is on the Historic Organs at Risk Register

 

                                                                               




St Matthew, Otterbourne, Hampshire

 

T. C. Lewis 1875

Given to the church by Charlotte Yonge (author)

In original condition

Listed Grade I  January 2016

Manual: Open Diapason, Lieblich Gedact, Salicional, Octave, Flute, Flautina

Pedal: Sub Bass

Further details can be found in record N18679 on the National Pipe Organ Register

 

 

                                                                               




Royal Holbrook School Chapel, Suffolk

 

Hill Norman & Beard 1933

A superb example of its period

Listed Grade I  January 2016

Great 16, 8, 8, 8, 8, 4, 4, 4, 2.2/3,  2, IV, 16, 8, 4

Swell 16, 8, 8, 8, 8, 4, 4, 2.2/3, 2, IV, 16, 8, 8, 4

Choir 16, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 4, $, 2.2/3, 2, 1.3/5, 1.1/3, 8

Solo 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 4, 8, 8, 8

Pedal 32, 16, 16, 16, 16, 8, 8, 8, 32, 16, 16, 8

A full stop-list can be found in record N00981 on the National Pipe Organ Register

CLICK HERE to see and hear Tom Bell and Richard Brasier introducing organs in general and playing Saint Saens

CLICK HERE to hear Kevin Bower playing Eric Coates's Dambusters March

CLICK HERE to hear Kevin Bower playing Leon Jessel's Parade of the Tin Soldiers

CLICK HERE to see and hear William Saunders playing Peter Warlock's Capriol Suite 

 

                                                                               


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