|Region||Co. Limerick - County|
|Uploaded by||Matthew Breen|
|Kenneth Jones and Associates (1981)|
This organ was built in 1981 in the neo-baroque style (but can handle romantic works surprisingly well for an instrument of this aesthetic). Although it has a very small specification for the size of the building it sounds very commanding from its situation at the front of the church behind the altar. It features a reversed, detached mechanical console, electric stop action with a comprehensive combination system, and brightly coloured pipes!
It is almost exactly the same tonally as the organ of Holy Redeemer Church, Bray.
The organ-case itself looks very like the decorative work frequently found behind the altars of Georgian churches. This is because such a piece was found in a redundant church and used, along with some new paneling, to form the Glenstal organ's case.
|Swell to Great|
|Great to Pedal|
|Swell to Pedal|