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Details of St. Mary’s (Nottingham Parish Church), High Pavement, City, Nottingham, England

(High Pavement)


Organ History
Built by Snetzler
1871Moved to St. Andrew’s, Mansfield Road, City, Nottingham, England
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ” - Robert Cosks & Co., 1877, London

Organ History
1871Built by Bishop & Starr
Status
Unknown
Sources
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists” - H. Logan & Co., 1912, Bournemouth
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ” - Robert Cosks & Co., 1877, London

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
337376T/P/TP

I. Choir (Pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
1.Dulciana8'metal.
2.Viol d’ Gamba8'metal. (tenor c)
3.German Flute8'wood.
4.Geigen Principal4'metal.
5.Hohlflote4'wood.
6.Fifteenth2'metal.
7.Piccolo2'wood and metal.
8.Dulciana, MixtureIIImetal.
9.Cremona and Bassoon8' 
iSwell to Choir  
II. Great (Tracker-pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
10.Sub-open Diapason16'metal.
11.Open Diapason8'metal.
12.Bell Diapason8'metal.
13.Clarabella and Stopped Diapason8 tone'wood.
14.Principal4'metal.
15.Harmonic Flute4'metal.
16.Twelfth2 2/3'metal.
17.Fifteenth2'metal.
18.SesquialteraIVmetal.
19.MixtureIIImetal.
20.Posaune8'metal.
21.Clarion4' 
iiSwell to Great  
iiiChoir to Great  
III. Swell (Tracker-pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
22.Double Diapason, Stopped16 tone'wood.
23.Open Diapason8'metal.
24.Salicional8'metal. (tenor c)
25.Stopped Diapason and Metallic Flute8'wood and metal.
26.Principal4'metal.
27.Lieblich Gedact4'wood.
28.Grave MixtureII [12-15] metal.
29.Acute MixtureIIImetal.
30.Contra Fagotto16'metal.
31.Cornopean8'metal.
32.Hautboy8'metal.
33.Clarion8' 
Pedal (Tracker CCC-f 30 notes)
34.Open Diapason16'wood.
35.Bourdon16'wood.
36.Principal8'metal.
37.Bombardone16'wood.
ivSwell to Pedal  
vGreat to Pedal  
viChoir to Pedal  

1916

Organ History
1916Built by Walker
Status
Unknown
Sources
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists” - George Mate & Son, 1921

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
442-13P



List of Organists
1704-12Thomas Rathbone (-1712)
1712-55William Lamb (-1755)
1802-c1818John Pearson (1754-1832)
b1825-31John Pearson (1790-1831)
1830-35William Aspull (1798-1875)
1836-67Charles Noble (1812-1885)
1867-1904Arthur Page (1846-1916)
1904-14Frederick Dunnill (1880-1936)
1914-15J. E. Gomersall (1889-)
1914-22Frank Radcliffe (1883-1922)
1922-28Vernon Sydney Read (1886-1979)
1928-54Henry O. Hodgson (1886-1975)
1954-56David Lumsden (1928-)
1957-67Russell Arthur Missin (1922-2002)
1967-83David Sheeran Butterworth (1946-)
1984-John Keys (1956-)
2004-05Jamal Sutton

List of Assistant Organists
1889-94Herbert Frederick Smith (1872-)

List of Organ Scholars
1997-98David Gostick
1998Alistair Kirk
1999Richard Leach
2000-03Simon Williams
2003-04Christopher Burton
2005Nicola Harrington
2006-07Ben Lewis-Smith
2007-09Simon Williams
2009-10Max Puller
2010-11Dominic Wong