St Paul’s Church Peterborough December 2021
St Paul’s has a working pipe (builder unknown) organ moved many years ago from a significantly smaller church. The original organ installed in the church was a much more substantial instrument by Wordsworth and Maskel of Leeds. I am told that extensive woodworm lead to the destruction of this instrument.
While the current instrument on the north side of the nave has a large case it lacks the power needed to fill this large space. The very energetic ministry in this church is keen for music to form a much more significant part of the worship than the current organ allows. With that in mind a 3 manual instrument has been installed on a temporary basis to investigate the bigger musical ambitions and a faculty application is in process.
|Pedal 11||Great 13||Swell 15||Choir 11|
|Double Open Wood||32||Double Diapason||16||Lieblich Bourdon||16||Open Diapason||8|
|Open Wood||16||Open Diapason I||8||Geigen Diapason||8||Gedackt||8|
|Open Metal||16||Open Diapason II||8||Chimney Flute||8||Gemshorn||4|
|Bourdon||16||Hohl Flute||8||Echo Gamba||8||Lieblich Flute||4|
|Principal||8||Stopped Diapason||8||Voix Celeste||8||Nazard||2-2/3
|Bass Flute||8||Principal||4||Geigen Principal||4||Flageolet||2|
|Choral Bass||4||Harmonic Flute||4||Wald Flute||4||Tierce||1.3/5|
|Trumpet||8||Double Trumpet||16||Contra Fagotto||16||Tuba||8|
|Great to Pedal||Tremulant||Tremulant||Tremulant|
|Swell to Pedal||Swell to Great||Swell to Choir|
|Choir to Pedal||Choir to Great|