OUR ORGAN STUDIO

Although this organ studio is situated in a private house, members of WOA have access to it for events or individual use. In addition to a chamber organ, a virginals, and a clavichord, there is a four-manual Hauptwerk console which accesses ('virtually') a large number of organs - as detailed below.

 

 

Hereford: the Cathedral's Willis organ (originally, Henry Willis 1892)

 

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Zwolle: the Schnitger organ of the St. Michaelskerk (1721)

 

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Caen: the Cavaillé-Coll organ of St. Etienne Abbey

 

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Armley, Leeds: The Schultz organ at the Church of St Bartholomew

 

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Freiberg: the Silbermann Organ (1735) at the Petrikirche

 

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Utrecht: the Bätz Organ at the Domkerk

 

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St. Michel en Thiérache: the Boizard organ

 

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Brasov: the Buchholz organ (1836-1839) at the Black Church

 

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St Maximin, Provence: the Fr. Isnard large organ (1775)

 

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Brescia, Italy: the Antegnati organ at St. Carlo (XVI - XVII century)

 

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Krewerd, Holland: the 1531 organ by an unknown builder

 

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Cappel, Germany: the 1680 Arp Schnitger organ in the church of St Peter & St Paul

 

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Rötha, Germany: the 1721 Gottfried Silbermann organ in the Georgenkirche

 

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Rötha, Germany: the 1722 Gottfried Silbermann organ in the St. Marienkirche

 

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St Anne's, Moseley: the 1907 Brindley & Foster organ

 

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