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Details of St. Gabriel’s, Warwick Square, Pimlico, Westminster, London, England


Organ History
Built by Bevington
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
334341-

I. Choir ( GG-f3 59 notes)
1.Dulciana  
2.Fifteenth  
3.Stopped Diapason  
4.Principal  
5.Bassoon and Cremona  
6.Flute  
7.Choir sub-octave  
II. Great ( GG-f3 59 notes)
8.Open Diapason  
9.Open Diapason  
10.Stopped Diapason  
11.Principal  
12.Flute  
13.Twelfth  
14.Fifteenth  
15.Sesquialtera  
16.Mixture  
17.Trumpet  
18.Clarion  
iSwell to Great  
19.Choir sub-octave to Great  
20.Great octave  
III. Swell ( G-f3 47 notes)
21.Double Diapason  
22.Open Diapason  
23.Dulciana  
24.Stopped Diapason  
25.Principal  
26.Flute  
27.Mixture  
28.Horn  
29.Oboe  
30.Clarion  
Pedal ( GG-g 25 notes)
31.Open Diapason16 
32.Trombone16 
33.Great to Pedal  
34.Choir to Pedal  

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

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
456--P



List of Organists
John Leman Brownsmith (1809-1866)
1866-72Henry Richard Bird (1842-1915)
1873Edward Henry Birch (1849-1934)
1885Basil Johnson (1861-1950)
Edward E. Douglas-Smith (1871-)

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