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Details of Cathedral, Salisbury, England


1710

Organ History
1710Built by Renatus Harris
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

1792

Organ History
1792Built by Green
1876Moved by
Status
Unknown
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”, 1877.

1876

Organ History
1876Built by Willis
Status
Unknown
Sources
“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
455559-

I. Choir ( CC-a3 58 notes)
1.Lieblich Gedact16 
2.Lieblich Gedact8 
3.Lieblich Gedact4 
4.Flute Harmonique8 
5.Flute Harmonique4 
6.Salicional8 
7.Gemshorn4 
8.Flageolet2 
9.Corno di Bassetto8 
10.Cor Anglais8 
II. Great ( CC-a3 58 notes)
11.Double Open Diapason16 
12.Open Diapason, large8 
13.Open Diapason, small8 
14.Stopped Diapason8 
15.Claribel Flute, closed, Bass8 
16.Principal4 
17.Flute Harmonique4 
18.Twelfth2 2/3 
19.Fifteenth2 
20.Piccolo2 
21.Mixture, full2 
22.Double Trumpet8 
23.Cornopean8 
24.Clarion4 
iSwell to Great, Unison  
iiSwell to Great, Super-octave  
iiiSwell to Great, Sub-octave  
ivSolo to Great  
vChoir to Great  
III. Swell ( CC-a3 58 notes)
25.Contra Gamba16 
26.Viol di Gamba8 
27.Open Diapason8 
28.Lieblich Gedact8 
29.Vox Angelica8 
30.Octave4 
31.Flute Harmonique4 
32.Super-octave2 
33.Mixture  
34.Contra Fagotto16 
35.Trumpet8 
36.Hautboy8 
37.Clarion4 
38.Vox Humana8 
39.Tremulant to Vox Humana  
IV. Solo ( CC-a3 58 notes)
40.Flute Harmonique8 
41.Flute Harmonique4 
42.Orchestral Oboe8 
43.Tuba8 
44.Corno di Bassetto8 
45.Clarion4 
Pedal ( CCC-f 30 notes)
46.Double Open Diapason32 
47.Open Diapason16 
48.Violone16 
49.Bourdon16 
50.Octave8 
51.Open Diapason16 
52.Flute Open8 
53.Mixture  
54.Contra Posaune32 
55.Ophicleide16 
56.Clarion8 
viSolo to Pedal  
viiSwell to Pedal   
viiiGreat to Pedal  
ixChoir to Pedal  

1900

Organ History
1900Restored by Willis
Status
Unknown
Sources
Herbert Westerby - “The Complete Organ Recitalist”, 1927.
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists”, 1912.
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists”, George Mate & Son, 1921.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
455-11P



List of Organists
1463John Kegewyn
1558-59Beckwyth
1561-62Robert Chamberlayne
1587-92John Farrant
1592-98Richard Fuller
1598-1618John Farrant (1575-1818)
1668-87Michael Wise (1638-1687)
1688-92Peter Isaac (-1694)
1700-17Anthony Walkeley (1672-1717)
1746-81John Stephens (1720-1780)
1781-92Robert Parry
1792-1804Joseph Corfe (1740-1820)
1804-63Arthur T. Corfe (1773-1863)
1857-68Christopher Dearnley (1930-2000)
1916-47Walter G. Alcock (1861-1947)
1947-50John Charles Stirling Forster (1915-)
1968-97Richard Seal (1935-)
1985-2005David Halls
2005-David Halls

List of Assistant Organists
Stephen Jeffries (1662-1712)
Aaron U. Hayter (1799-1873)
1886-89G. Street Chignell (1870-1955)
E. Prys Lloyd (1884-1961)
1917Herbert Howells (1892-1983)
1917-27Cuthbert E. Osmond (1904-1937)
1947-50John Foster
1954-57Christopher Dearnley (1930-2000)
1957-66Richard Lloyd (1933-)
1967-74Michael John Smith
1978-85Colin Walsh
2005-11Daniel Cook (1979-)
2012-John Challenger

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