St Mary's Cathedral Organ

Matthew Copley Organ Design

Organ facade
Photo Credit: Simon Nieminski (Used by Permission)

The new Cathedral Organ was built by Matthew Copley Organ Design of Kingston-upon-Thames and finished in 2007. It has three manuals, five divisions, 63 speaking stops and two consoles: one in the West gallery and one movable console for use with the Cathedral Choir and in recitals, where the player will be visible to the audience.

Organ console
Photo Credit: Simon Nieminski (Used by Permission)

 The specification is as follows:

Pedal
Contra Violone 32
Resultant Bass 32
Open Bass 16
Violone 16
Sub Bass 16
Bourdon 16
Quint 10 2/3
Octave 8
Violoncello 8
Bass Flute 8
Nachthorn 4
Harmonics IV
Contre Bombarde 32
Bombarde 16
Double Trumpet 16
Bombarde 8
Chalumeau 4
Chalumeau Tremulant  
Pedal Bourdon (Choir) 16
Great
Double Diapason 16
Bourdon 16
Diapason 8
Viola 8
Flûte Creuse 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Double Quint 5 1/3
Octave 4
Flûte D'Amour 4
Double Tierce 3 1/5
Quint 2 2/3
Fifteenth 2
Plein-Jeu V
Double Trumpet 16
Trumpet 8
Tremulant  
   
   
   
Swell
Contre Gambe 16
Diapason 8
Viole de Gambe 8
Voix Céleste 8
Bourdon 8
Principal 4
Flûte Couverte 4
Octavin 2
Fourniture V
Basson 16
Trompette 8
Hautbois 8
Tremulant  
Grave  
   
Solo
Flûte Harmonique 8
Cor de Nuit 8
Unda Maris 8
Viole Octaviante 4
Flûte Ouverte 4
Nazard 2 2/3
Flageolet 2
Tierce 1 3/5
Septième 1 1/7
Rossignol 1
Clarinette 8
Voix Humaine 8
Trompette Harmonique 8
Carillon  
Tremulant  
Choir (East end)
Diapason 8
Stopped Flute 8
Principal 4
Cornopean 8
Octave  
Sub Octave