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This instrument was built by the Irish Organ Company, and has two manuals and pedals. The action is electric; the swell-pedal is of the balanced type; the console is detached, and there is no organ case. There are no couplers.
David Forde writes: "The church is a modern octagonal building with a typical Vatican II layout, the altar being placed centrally. The organ is an example of the Irish Organ Company's standard 'Cosgrove Organ' a small 3 or 4 unit extension instrument for churches with limited funds and limited musical pretensions.
This instrument has mechanical action throughout. The manuals have 56 notes each, and the pedals 30 notes.
The original builder is not given, but the instrument dates possibly from the late 19th century.
This information was supplied by Niall Carroll.
The organ is placed in the back gallery of the Cathedral. It has three manuals of 61 notes each, and a pedal-board of 30 notes; the action is electric throughout. There is a full range of pistons and reversers, adjustable at the console.
The extension scheme is as follows: