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Details of Corn Exchange, Northampton, England

Building History
1851Opened
1920Renamed “Exchange Cinema”
1950Renamed “Gaumont Cinema”
1964Renamed “Odeon Cinema”
1974Became bingo hall

Organ History
1851Built by Schulze of Paulinzelle
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
218162-

I. Choir ( CC-f3 54 notes)
1.Lieblich Gedact16 
2.Geigen Principal8 
3.Lieblich Gedact8 
4.Flauto Traverso4 
5.Geigen Principal4 
6.Flauto Traverso and Lieblich Gedact4 
II. Great ( CC-f3 54 notes)
7.Bourdon16 
8.Open Diapason8 
9.Gamba8 
10.Hohlflote8 
11.Gedact8 
12.Octave4 
13.Quint and Super-octave  
14.Mixture  
iChoir Sub-octave to Great  
Pedal ( CCC-d 28 notes)
15.Sub-bass16 
16.Flute Bass8 
17.Octave Bass8 
18.Posaune16 
iiGreat to Pedal  

Organ History
1920Built by Compton
1935Removed by
Status
Unknown

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
333--EP

Organ History
1935Built by Wurlitzer
1957Removed by
Status
Unknown

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
2-8-EP



List of Organists
1920-21Franklin Glynn (1885-1964)

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