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Details of Crystal Palace, Penge, England


1857

Organ History
1854Built by Gray & Davison
Status
Destroyed
Sources
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists”, 1912.
“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”, 1877.

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.Mixture  
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.Mixture  
25.Furniture  
26.Cymbal  
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.Mixture  
42.Furniture  
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 
57.Open Diapason16 
58.Violone16 
59.Bombarde16 
60.Octave8 
61.Twelfth5 1/3 
62.Super-octave4 
63.Mixture  
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, France by Bryceson Brothers
Moved to Emanuel Church, Bristol, England by
Status
Moved
Sources
J. W. Hinton - “The Story of the Electric Organ”, Simkin, Marshall, Hamilton & Kent, 1909.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
21616--

I. Great ( 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 ( CC-g3 56 notes)
9.Bourdon16 
10.Open Diapason8 
11.Flute Diapason8 
12.Principal4 
13.Cornopean8 
14.Oboe and Bassoon8 
Pedal ( 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



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