Music in the church

The church has very good acoustics, and has been used for commercial audio recording in the past. Today it is used for concerts by local choirs and orchestras.

We are blessed with a magnificent organ, recently restored.  Here’s a photo of the business end of the instrument.

The organ console

The organ console

For those of you who are interested, this is the spec

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  • Lieblich Gedeckt: 8
  • Vox Angelica: 8
  • Echo Gamba: 8
  • Diapason: 8
  • Gemshorn: 4
  • Mixture: 15,19,22
  • Oboe: 8
  • Contra Oboe: 16
  • Trumpet: 8
  • Octave
  • Unison Silent
  • Sub-octave
  • Tremulant
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  • Mixture: 19,22,26
  • Hohlflöte: 8
  • Small diapason: 8
  • Large diapason: 8
  • Octave: 4
  • Super octave: 2
  • Octave Quint: 2⅔
  • Tromba: 8
  • Bordun: 16
  • Swell/Great
  • Choir/Great
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  • Claribel flute: 8
  • Harmonic flute: 4
  • Clarinet: 8
  • Dulciana: 8
  • Viole D’Orchestre: 8
  • Tromba: 8
  • Octave
  • Unison Silent
  • Sub-octave
  • Tremulant
  • Swell/Choir
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  • Sub Bass: 16
  • Oct Flute: 4
  • Oct Wood: 8
  • Open Wood: 16
  • Bassoon: 16
  • Acoustic Bass: 32
  • Trombone: 16
  • Swell/Pedal
  • Choir/Pedal
  • Great/Pedal
  • Gt/Pedal pistons