The Irish Pipe Organ Page is a website devoted to the pipe organ on the island of Ireland. It contains news, organ specifications and much more.
Typical Chonacher small church organ
This instrument has two manuals and pedals, and has mechanical action throughout. It is in constant use for teaching, practise and performance.
All Saint's Church is nearly a like a miniature Anglican Cathedral! They have a robed (in red) choir, ornate mosaics behind the altar, and a hinted-at rood screen in the sanctuary. There is also a large, elaborate fresco in the baptistry, which occupies the single transept. All this in a church considered very small by Dublin standards. The organ however, owing to the church's strong traditions, is anything but small! The substantial organ, built by the Manchester-based Dubliner George Benson, is a very fine example of a late-romantic English/Irish instrument.