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Detail on IBO Reference: 586




This organ is located in the diocese or region of Holy Trinity, Hazlemere. The original builder was A.E. Pease 1910 and the last known carer was Peter Spencer Ltd. The organ is playable but needs a clean and overhaul .The organ was first listed by the IBO on 2018-10-15.

Location : Buckinghamshire

Offered As : Complete instrument only

Action(s) : Electro-Pneumatic

Approximate Dimensions : The main organ pipes are in two parts, the north side is 2.4 m wide and 2.4m deep, the south side is 2.4m wide and 3.1m deep. The choir organ pipes are 2m wide and 1.3m deep.


Specification

Manual IV : n/a
Manual III : 8, 8, 8, 8, 4, 16, 8, 8, 8
Manual II : 8, 8, 8, 8, 4, 4, 2, 8
Manual I : 8, 8, 8, 4, 2, 8
Pedals : 16, 16, 16, 8, 8
Couplers : Sw to Gt, Sw oct to Gt, Sw sub oct to Gt, Sw to Ch, Sw oct to Ch, Sw sub oct to Ch, Sw to Ped, Gt to Ped, Ch to Ped,


Detail : The original builder was A.E. Pease in 1910, was rebuilt by Rothwell in 1938, and choir organ was added by Rushworth and Dreaper in 1964. It is registered on the National Pipe Organ Register (N09298). The Chancellor has given us permission to advertise the organ, but the availability of the organ is subject to faculty permission being obtained.The organ consists of 25 speaking stops, with some extensions, including the Sw contra oboe extended to the pedals. The Choir is hidden in its separate chamber, at the East end, while the main organ speaks well from the back (West) of the church. The console is detached.



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