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Details of Dome Pavilion, Brighton, England


Organ History
1870Built by Henry Willis
Status
Unknown
Sources
Herbert Westerby - “The Complete Organ Recitalist”, 1927.
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists”, 1912.
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
444449-

I. Choir ( CC-a3 58 notes)
1.Viol di Gamba8 
2.Dulciana8 
3.Vox Angelica8 
4.Flute Harmonic8 
5.Gemshorn4 
6.Flute Dolce4 
7.Flageolet2 
8.Viola4 
9.Corno di Bassetto8 
II. Great ( CC-a3 58 notes)
10.Double Open Diapason16 
11.Open Diapason8 
12.Open Diapason8 
13.Viola8 
14.Claribel Flute8 
15.Principal4 
16.Quint Octaviante2 2/3 
17.Super-octave2 
18.Furniture  
19.Bombard Harmonic8 
20.Clarion Harmonic4 
iSwell to Great, Super-octave  
iiSwell to Great, Unison  
iiiSwell to Great, Sub-octave  
ivChoir to Great  
vSolo to Great  
III. Swell ( CC-a3 58 notes)
21.Salicional16 
22.Salicional8 
23.Open Diapason8 
24.Lieblich Gedact8 
25.Principal4 
26.Flageolet2 
27.Mixture  
28.Contra Posaune16 
29.Cornopean8 
30.Hautboy8 
31.Vox Humana8 
32.Clarion4 
33.Tremulant  
IV. Solo ( CC-a3 58 notes)
34.Tuba Major Harmonic8 
35.Clarion4 
36.Clarionet8 
37.Oboe8 
38.Concert Flute8 
39.Flute Octaviante4 
Pedal ( CCC-f 30 notes)
40.Double Diapason32 
41.Open Diapason16 
42.Bourdon16 
43.Octave8 
44.Furniture  
45.Ophicleide16 
viSwell to Pedal  
viiSolo to Pedal  
viiiGreat to Pedal  
ixChoir to Pedal  



List of Organists
1880-Alfred King (1837-1926)
Norman Richards (1876-1951)
1941-Douglas Reeve (1918-1999)

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