Pipe Organ Preservation Co. (of Ireland)
Preserving and rehousing redundant pipe organs from the island of Ireland
North Down House Organs
Two Manual and Pedal Residence Organ by by S J Harris 1979, installed 2008
Direct electric action throughout
Blowing by British Organ Blowing Co., Ltd. Derby, enclosed in silencing cabinet. Regulated wind at approx. 2 1/2” w.g.
Ivory manual keys & drawstop knobs
Drawstops arranged “in line” over upper manual
The instrument contains two basic ranks, one of wood (Stopped Diapason) and another of metal (tapered Gemshorn), all unenclosed.
Gemshorn rank new throughout in Spotted Metal of approximately 50/50 mix. Stopped Diapason rank of old work, selected for characteristic tone
Rank ‘A’ GEMSHORN, 73 pipes, Tenor C to top note of 15th
Rank ‘B’ STOPPED DIAPASON of wood, 73 pipes, CC to top note of 4ft
Pipework arranged in functional display, casework painted finish (eggshell), hardwood to console and edge mouldings.
Manual CC-c (61 Notes)
Pedals CCC-F (30 Notes)
Height 86" (2190mm)
Depth to back edge of pedalboard 52" (1320mm)
Manual and Pedal Residence Organ by by Peter of Germany 1955, installed 2009
Manual CC-f (54 Notes)
Pedals CCC-D (27 Notes)
Drawstops on eiither side of keyboard to draw bass & treble seperately
Pedal permanently coupled
Mechanical action throughout
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