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Details of Crystal Palace, Anerley Road, Upper Norwood, Penge, England

(Anerley Road, Upper Norwood)


1857

Organ History
1854Built by Gray & Davison
Status
Destroyed
Sources
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists” - H. Logan & Co., 1912, Bournemouth
“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
4656511-

I. Choir ( CC-a3 58 notes)
1.Bourdon16' 
2.Gamba8' 
3.Salicional8' 
4.Voix céleste8' 
5.Clarinet Flute8' 
6.Gemshorn4' 
7.Claribel Flute4' 
8.Spitz Flute2' 
9.Piccolo2' 
10.MixtureIII 
11.Cor Anglais and Bassoon8' 
12.Trumpet8' 
iSwell to Choir  
iiOctave  
II. Great ( CC-a3 58 notes)
13.Double Open Diapason16' 
14.Double Dulciana16' 
15.Open Diapason8' 
16.Flautaà Pavillon8' 
17.Claribel Flute8' 
18.Flute Harinonic1ue8' 
19.Quint5 1/3' 
20.Flute Octaviante4' 
21.Twelfth2 2/3' 
22.Super-octave2' 
23.Flageolet Harmonique2' 
24.MixtureIV 
25.FurnitureIII 
26.CymbalV 
27.Contra Trombone16' 
28.Posaune8' 
29.Trumpet Harmonique8' 
30.Clarion4' 
31.Octave Clarion2' 
iiiSwell to Great  
ivChoir to Great  
vSolo to Great  
III. Swell ( CC-a3 58 notes)
32.Bourdon16' 
33.Open Diapason8' 
34.Vox Humana8' 
35.Keraulophon8' 
36.Concert Flute8' 
37.Octave4' 
38.Flute Octaviante4' 
39.Twelfth2 2/3' 
40.Super-octave2' 
41.MixtureIV 
42.FurnitureIII 
43.Piccolo Harmonique2' 
44.Contra Fagotto16' 
45.Cornopean8' 
46.Oboe8' 
47.Clarion4' 
48.Echo Tromba8' 
viOctave  
viiSub-octave  
IV. Solo ( CC-a3 58 notes)
49.Flute Harmonique8' 
50.Flute Octaviante4' 
51.Open Diapason8' 
52.Corni di Bassetto8' 
53.Grand Tromba8' 
Pedal ( CCC-f 30 notes)
54.Contra Bass32' 
55.Contra Bombarde32' 
56.Open Diapason16'wood.
57.Open Diapason16'metal.
58.Violone16' 
59.Bombarde16' 
60.Octave8' 
61.Twelfth5 1/3' 
62.Super-octave4' 
63.MixtureIV 
64.Trumpet8' 
65.Clarion4' 
viiiSolo to Pedal  
ixSwell to Pedal  
xGreat to Pedal  
xiChoir to Pedal  

Palm Court

Organ History
1867Built by Bryceson Brothers
1868Moved from Paris Exhibition 1867, Paris, Île-de-France, France by Bryceson Brothers
Moved
Status
Moved
Sources
J. W. Hinton - “The Story of the Electric Organ” - Simkin, Marshall, Hamilton & Kent, 1909

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
21616-EP

I. Great (Electro-pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
1.Open Diapason8' 
2.Violin Diapason8' 
3.Clarinet Diapason8' 
4.Principal4' 
5.Harmonic Flute4' 
6.Orchestral Flute4' 
7.Piccolo (Harmonic)2' 
8.Horn8' 
II. Swell (Electro-pneumatic CC-g3 56 notes)
9.Bourdon16' 
10.Open Diapason8' 
11.Flute Diapason8' 
12.Principal4' 
13.Cornopean8' 
14.Oboe and Bassoon8' 
Pedal (Electro-pneumatic CCC-E 29 notes)
15.Sub-Bass16' 
16.Trombone16' 

1920

Organ History
1920Rebuilt & enlarged by Walker
Status
Unknown
Sources
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists” - George Mate & Son, 1921

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
464-14P



List of Organists
W. T. Best (1826-1897)
1880-94Alfred J. Eyre (1853-1919)
1894-W. W. Hedgcock (1864-1932)
S. Gatty Sellars (1878-1947)
1957-80James Coward (1824-1880)

List of Assistant Organists
H. W. Weston (1865-1914)

List of Other Organists
1854A. Haupt (1810-1891)
1860W. J. Westbrook (1831-1894)
Richard Cooper (1860-)
Percy Rendell (1883-1942)
1911Arthur E. Sims (1879-1946)
1933-36F. W. Holloway (1873-1954)