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Details of St. Canice’s Cathedral, Kilkenny, Ireland


Organ History
1853Built by Bevington
1853Moved from Great Exhibition (1853), Dublin, Ireland by Bevington
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
327285-

I. Choir ( CC-F3 54 notes)
1.Double Diapason  
2.Double Diapason  
3.Stopped Diapason  
4.Dulciana  
5.Viol di Gamba  
6.Principal  
7.Flute  
8.Cremona  
iSwell to Choir  
II. Great ( CC-F3 54 notes)
9.Open Diapason, No.1  
10.Open Diapason, No.2  
11.Stopped Diapason  
12.Claribel  
13.Principal  
14.Twelfth  
15.Fifteenth  
16.Sesquialtera  
17.Mixture  
18.Trumpet  
19.Clarion  
iiSwell to Great  
III. Swell ( C-F3 42 notes)
20.Double Diapason  
21.Open Diapason  
22.Stopped Diapason  
23.Principal  
24.Doublette  
25.Double Trumpet  
26.Cornopean  
27.Clarion  
Pedal ( CCC-D 27 notes)
28.Great Open Diapason16 
iiiPedal to Great  
ivPedal to Choir  
vPedal to Swell  

Organ History
1906Restored by Bevington
Status
Unknown
Sources
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists”, 1912.
“Dictionary of Organs and Organists”, George Mate & Son, 1921.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
332-14T/P



List of Organists
1891Arthur T. Froggatt (1857-1944)
1916J. Victor Raffles (1865-)

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