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Details of St. Pancras’ (New Parish Church), Woburn Place, St. Pancras, London, England

(Woburn Place)


Organ History
1856Built by Gray & Davison
1864Moved from Royal Music Hall, Broad Street, City, Birmingham, England & rebuilt by Gray & Davison
Status
Rebuilt
Sources
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists” - George Mate & Son, 1921
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
337377T

I. Choir (Tracker CC-a3 58 notes)
1.Salicional8' 
2.Vox Celeste8' 
3.Stopped Diapason Bass8' 
4.Concert Flute8' 
5.Gemshorn4' 
6.Flute d’Amour4' 
7.Piccolo2' 
8.Clarionet8' 
iSwell to Choir  
II. Great (Tracker CC-a3 58 notes)
9.Double Diapason16' 
10.Open Diapason8' 
11.Gamba8' 
12.Stopped Diapason8' 
13.Flute Harmonique8' 
14.Octave4' 
15.Flute Octaviante4' 
16.Twelfth2 2/3' 
17.Fifteenth2' 
18.SesquialteraIII 
19.MixtureIV 
20.Posaune8' 
21.Clarion4' 
iiSwell to Great  
iiiSwell to Great sub-octave  
ivSwell to Great super-octave  
III. Swell (Tracker CC-a3 58 notes)
22.Bourdon16' 
23.Open Diapason8' 
24.Stopped Diapason8' 
25.Octave4' 
26.Fifteenth2' 
27.SesquialteraIII 
28.Cornopean8' 
29.Oboe8' 
30.Clarion4' 
31.Tremulant  
Pedal (Tracker CCC-f 30 notes)
32.Contra Bourdon32' 
33.Open Diapason16' 
34.Bourdon16' 
35.Octave8' 
36.Fifteenth4' 
37.Trombone16' 
38.Trumpet8' 
vSwell to Pedal  
viGreat to Pedal  
viiChoir to Pedal  

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

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
446-12P



List of Organists
-1864Thomas W. Henshaw (1780-1868)
1865-79Henry Smart (1813-1879)
1880-1905Henry R. Rose (1854-1911)
1907-F. J. Massey (1883-1953)
1938-Herbert Ernest Crossman (1910-)
1965-88Christopher Bowers-Broadbent (1945-)