|Region||Co. Dublin - County|
|Uploaded by||Matthew Breen|
|Peter Conacher, Huddersfield and Dublin (19??)|
|Stephen Adams (1992)|
This organ is one of two in Whitechurch. The original organ was built by Browne and is located in a chamber at the front of the church to the side of the altar. The organ currently in use is housed in the gallery at the back of the church.
It was brought to Whitechurch by Stephen Adams (organist of the church at the time) in 1992 from a redundant church in Co. Mayo. It was restored and enlarged to fourteen (originally fifteen) stops. The Swell Trumpet was unenclosed and thus exposed to falling dust from the ceiling which damaged the pipes, prompting its removal.
Stops marked + are 1993 additions by Stephen Adams.
|Twelfth +||2 2/3|
|Voix Celeste TC +||8 |
|Trumpet [Unenclosed] [Prepared] +||8|
|Swell to Great|
|Swell to Pedal|
|Swell Suboctave on Itself|
|Great to Pedal|
|Two Composition Pedals to Swell|
|Two Composition Pedals to Great|
|Swell to Great Reversible [Toe] +||[Electric, operates stop motor]|
|Great to Pedal Reversible [Toe] +||[Electric, operates stop motor]|