St Barnabas East Molesey December 2021
St Barnabas has a small pipe organ on a west end gallery which in all probability will be moved to another church in the parish. Wishing to expand the musical repertoire beyond the resources of this small instrument the church investigated the digital options available.
They were especially impressed with the quality of the console build of this Regent 338 instrument.
While ideally wanting a moving drawstop instrument the additional cost of that facility could not be justified so an illuminated drawstop option proved a reasonable compromise. The speakers are fitted to the west end wall above the console.
I have had a passion for church organs since the tender age of 12. I own and run Viscount Organs with a close attention to the detail that musicians appreciate; and a clear understanding of the benefits of digital technology and keeping to the traditional and emotional elements of organ playing.
|Pedal 10||Great 9||Swell 11||Choir 8|
|Sub Bass||32||Open Diapason||8||Geigen Diapason||8||Gedeckt||8|
|Open Diapason||16||Stopped Diapason||8||Chimney Flute||8||Gamba||8|
|Open Wood||16||Claribel Flute||8||Vox Angelica||8||Lieblich Flute||4|
|Principal||8||Open Flute||4||Geigen Principal||4||Piccolo||2|
|Bass Flute||8||Twelfth||2.2/3||Wald Flute||4||Sesquialtara||II|
|Swell Octave to Great||Swell Super Octave|
|Great to Pedal||Tremulant||Tremulant||Tremulant|
|Swell to Pedal||Swell to Great||Swell to Choir|
|Choir to Pedal||Choir to Great|