2 manuals and pedals, 20 stops, S. Taylor & Sons 1910/J.W. Walker & Sons 1961
Taylor organs were concentrated in the Leicester area, though many are not in their original states it is still obvious that the builder was one of quality with his own tonal style....
St Peter, Oadby
2 manuals and pedals, 19 stops, Mark Noble Jnr 1869/Hill, Norman & Beard 1978.
Overlooking the Great Ouse river set in the countryside of Cambridgeshire this historic church is home to not only bats but a charming instrument a particular feature being its ornately decorated case pipes....
St Mary's Parish Church, Bluntisham
2 manuals and pedals, 12 stops, Miller 1909.
This two manual instrument of modest proportions was installed as a memorial to many deceased members. Despite its small specification the instrument provides a good hearty sound to accompany good hymn singing....
St John's Methodist Church, Littleport
2 manuals and pedals, 19 stops, Gray & Davison 1857
Placed on the west gallery of this dramatic Edward Welby Pugin church.
The sanctuary has a sumptuous alabaster reredos designed by Pugin in 1867, with a continuous row of statues in niches carved by William Farmer.
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St Vincent-De-Paul Roman Catholic Church, Liverpool
2 manuals & Pedals, 12 stops, Alfred Monk 1891.
Set in the countryside around Royston, this small instrument provides support for the worship at times throughout the year....
Guilden Morden Congregational Church
One manual and pedal, 6 stops...
St Mary, Bexwell, Norfolk
I don't make music for eyes. I make music for ears.