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Details of St. Mary-the-Virgin’s (Lambeth Parish Church), Lambeth Road, Lambeth, London, England

(Lambeth Road)


Organ History
1568Repaired by John Howe
Status
Unknown
Sources
The Musical Times 943

Organ History
1701Built by Renatus Harris
1776Restored by Hiram Smith
1852Rebuilt by Walker
Status
Unknown
Sources
Dictionary of Organs and Organists” - George Mate & Son, 1921
The Musical Times 948
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
336375P

I. Choir (Pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
1.Open Diapason8' 
2.Stopped Diapason8' 
3.Viol di Gamba8' 
4.Principal4' 
5.Flute4' 
II. Great (Pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
6.Bourdon16'(CC-B)
7.Open Diapason I8' 
8.Open Diapason II8' 
9.Stopped Diapason (bass)8' 
10.Stopped Diapason (tenor)8' 
11.Principal4' 
12.Flute4' 
13.Twelfth2 2/3' 
14.Fifteenth2' 
15.SesquialteraII-III 
16.MixtureI-II 
17.FournitureI-II 
18.Horn8' 
19.Trumpet8' 
20.Clarion4' 
iOctave  
iiSwell to Great  
III. Swell (Pneumatic C-g3 44 notes)
21.Double Diapason16' 
22.Open Diapason8' 
23.Stopped Diapason8' 
24.Dulciana8' 
25.Principal4' 
26.Twelfth2 2/3' 
27.Fifteenth2' 
28.SesquialteraII-III 
29.Trumpet8' 
30.Hautboy8' 
31.Clarion4' 
Pedal (Pneumatic CCC-D 27 notes)
32.Pedal Pipes16' 
33.Stopped Diapason16' 
34.Principal8' 
35.Fifteenth4' 
36.SesquialteraIII 
37.Ophicleide16' 
iiiOctave  
ivGreat to Pedal  
vChoir to Pedal  

Organ History
1879Rebuilt by Walker
1906Restored and moved to chancel by Walker
1918Restored by Hunter
Status
Unknown
Sources
Dictionary of Organs and Organists” - George Mate & Son, 1921
The Musical Times 948
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
336375P

I. Choir (Pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
1.Open Diapason8' 
2.Stopped Diapason8' 
3.Viol di Gamba8' 
4.Principal4' 
5.Flute4' 
II. Great (Pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
6.Bourdon16'(CC-B)
7.Open Diapason I8' 
8.Open Diapason II8' 
9.Horn Diapason8' 
10.Stopped Diapason (bass)8' 
11.Wald Flute (tenor)8' 
12.Principal4' 
13.Harmonic Flute4' 
14.Flute4' 
15.Fifteenth2' 
16.SesquialteraII-III 
17.MixtureI-II 
18.Horn8' 
19.Trumpet8' 
20.Clarion4' 
iSwell to Great  
III. Swell (Pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
21.Double Diapason16' 
22.Open Diapason8' 
23.Stopped Diapason8' 
24.Dulciana8' 
25.Voix Celeste8' 
26.Principal4' 
27.Fifteenth2' 
28.SesquialteraII-III 
29.Trumpet8' 
30.Hautboy8' 
31.Clarion4' 
Pedal (Pneumatic CCC-D 27 notes)
32.Pedal Pipes16' 
33.Stopped Diapason16' 
34.Principal8' 
35.Fifteenth4' 
36.SesquialteraIII 
37.Ophicleide16' 
iiSwell to Pedal  
iiiGreat to Pedal  
ivGreat Octave to Pedal  
vChoir to Pedal  



List of Organists
1701Richard Browne (-1710)
Charles Lockhart (1745-1815)
c1865James Coward (1824-1880)
1866-70Thomas Bensted (1837-1911)
C. E. Miller (1856-1933)
1883-85Ernest Slater (1860-1936)
1889-Merton Clark (1851-)
1892Reginald Yarrow (1874-1961)
1917-Ernest Slater (1860-1936)
1918-Andrew Freeman (1876-1947)

List of Assistant Organists
1904-09Francis W. Sutton (1886-1970)