During this project the case was restored first by Laurent Robert and later finished by Jeremy Gamlen.
The wooden dummy front pipes were restored and re-gilded by John Brennan.
The metal pipes were restored and lengthened by Shires Organ pipes in Leeds.
The keys were recovered in cow bone.
Stops left side:
Stops right side:
Keyboard compass GG, AA – f”’
Sesquialtra 17-19 (GG, AA – tenor b)
Cornet 12-15 (c’ – f”’)
Pedal compass, 13 notes permanently coupled to GG, G#, AA – G
Flute 4ft (wood)
Twelfth 2 2/3ft
Stopped Diapason 8ft (wood, GG, AA – tenor b)
Stopped Diapason 8ft (wood, c’ – f”’)
Open 8ft (bottom octave grooved)
Dulciana 8ft (c’ – f”’)
A Shifting Movement reduces registration to 8 foots only
The organ is cone-tuned to the Young temperament at 440Hz