Church of the Annunciation, Marble Arch, London

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Organ

The organ, originally built by Rothwell in 1915, underwent a major restoration by Bishop and Son in 1989.

The specification covers a wide tonal palette. Combined with the church's acoustic, this makes for an effective organ sound for many styles of music.

Specification

Great Organ

16' Double Diapason

8' Open Diapason I

8' Open Diapason II

8' Wald Flute

4' Principal

4' Harmonic Flute

2' Fifteenth

Mixture III ranks

8' Harmonic Trumpet

Swell to Great

Choir to Great

Great and Pedal Combs. coupled

Swell Organ

16' Bourdon

8' Open Diapason

8' Stopped Diapason

8' Echo Gamba

8' Voix Celeste

4' Principal

2' Fifteenth

Mixture III ranks

16' Contra Fagotto

8' Cornopean

8' Oboe

8' Vox Humana

Octave

Sub Octave

Unison Off

Tremulant

Choir Organ (unenclosed)

8' Lieblich Gedackt

8' Dulciana

4' Salicet

4' Saube Flute

2 2/3' Nazard

2' Octavin

1 3/5' Tierce

8' Clarinet

8' Harmonic Trumpet (from Great)

Swell to Choir

Sub Octave

Tremulant

Pedal Organ

16' Bourdon

16' Open Diapason (so named; more accurately, Open Wood)

8' Bass Flute (from Bourdon)

4' Fifteenth

4' Flute (from Bourdon)

16' Trombone

4' Clarion

Great to Pedal

Swell to Pedal

Choir to Pedal

Swell Octave to Pedal

Generals on Pedal Pistons

Presets, etc.

6 adjustable thumb pistons - Great Organ

6 adjustable thumb pistons - Swell Organ

6 adjustable thumb pistons - Choir Organ

6 adjustable thumb pistons - Generals

6 adjustable toe pistons - Pedal Organ

6 toe pistons duplicating Swell thumb pistons

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