The Specification of the Holy Trinity Organ

Paddington, London, England


Organ History
 Built by T. C. Lewis
Status
Unkown
Information Source
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

I. Choir (Tracker - CC-g3 56 notes)
1.Lieblich-gedact16' 
2.Salicional8' 
3.Vox Angelica8' 
4.Salicet4' 
5.Flute Harmonique4' 
6.Clarionet8' 
7.Flautina2' 
iSwell to Choir  
II. Great (Tracker - CC-g3 56 notes)
8.Bourdon16' 
9.Open Diapason8' 
10.Rohrflote8' 
11.Octave4' 
12.Octave Quint2 2/3' 
13.Super-octave2' 
14.MixtureIV (1 1/3') 
15.Trumpet8' 
iiSwell to Great  
III. Swell (Tracker - CC-g3 56 notes)
16.Lieblich-gedact16' 
17.Geigen Principal8' 
18.Lieblich-gedact8' 
19.Gamba8' 
20.Voix Celeste8'(tenor c)
21.Geigen Principal4' 
22.MixtureIII (2') 
23.Trumpet8' 
24.Oboe8' 
25.Vox Humana8' 
Pedal (Tracker - CCC-f 30 notes)
26.Open Bass16' 
27.Sub-bass32' 
28.Sub-bass16' 
29.Posaune16' 
iiiChoir to Pedal  
ivSwell to Pedal  
vGreat to Pedal  
viPedal Octave  

Organ History
1912Rebuilt by Norman & Beard
Status
Unknown
Information Source
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists”, George Mate & Son, 1921.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
3---P



List of Organists
1856-62Dr E. T. Chipp (1823-1886)
1862-Edwin Barnes (1833-1901)
1948-Frederic Bayco (1913-1970)
1969-1971Nigel Allcoat (1950-)
Oliphant Chuckerbutty (1884-1960)

Please note we have not yet completed the full cross index of organists to churches, &c.