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St. Philip and St. James' Church, Booterstown

RegionCo. Dublin - Dublin city
Uploaded byMatthew Breen
Builder(s)
Forster and Andrews, Hull (1876)

The organ was built in 1876 at the cost of £450. The Voix Celeste stop was added in 1942 and the entire organ was restored in 1952. The organ has two manuals and twenty stops. Some features include a "split" Double Diapason on the Great and an old fashioned weighted swell pedal.
The organ makes a nice sound in the building and there are some lovely stops, but some restoration work is needed. It is maintained by The Fine-tuning Company,(prop. Derek Verso).

Great
Double Diapson Bass (to Tenor E)16
Double Diapason Treble (from Tenor F)16
Open Diapason8
Stopped Diapason8
Flute d'Amoir8
Bell Gamba8
Principal4
Waldflute4
Twelfth2 2/3
Fifteenth2
Clarionet8
 
Swell
Bourdon16
Open Diapason8
Salicional8
Voix Celeste8
Principal4
Fifteenth2
MixtureIII
Horn8
Oboe8
 
Pedal
Open Diapason16
 
Couplers
Swell to Great
Swell to Pedal
Swell Octave
Great to Pedal
 
Accessories
Two composition pedals to Great
Two composition pedals to Swell