Everything about a Phoenix Organ makes it
authentic to its pipe organ counterpart. Our goal is to build for you the best possible
musical instrument that will meet your particular needs.
We can provide whatever tonal palate you wish, be
it Baroque, Romantic, French, English, American or your own
eclectic choice. Our designers can assist you in ensuring
that the instrument has musical integrity and meets your
musical requirements. Staff at Phoenix Organs have
extensive experience of designing organs for both liturgical
and concert use.
The Phoenix Organ System was developed in
the UK and has been designed from the “ground up”, with no
technical pre-conceptions, and is the most flexible on the
market today. We continue to develop the system in UK.
Recent developments have enabled us to increase the amount
of memory available to store sound samples (up
to 2048MBytes in our largest systems) further enhancing the quality and authenticity of the
Phoenix Sound. All the Phoenix Organ Systems used
in instruments built in the UK and overseas are
manufactured in the UK.
Old-world craftsmanship and the highest
standards of excellence characterise the design and
construction of our consoles. The electronic elements of
our organs are built to the highest standards and fully
tested before shipping: we use standard electronic
components to ensure their on-going availability. The sounds
emanating from a Phoenix Organ, along with the look and feel
of the console, will convince you that you are playing a
truly fine pipe organ, one that you will enjoy playing over
and over again.
We believe that our instruments are the
best substitute for the real thing.
Explore this site to find out why and
order the CD to hear for yourself. We can arrange
demonstrations so that you can try out our organs yourself.
Contact your nearest agent or contact us directly.
To help you appreciate the excellent value
our organs offer, we have prepared
specifications for a
manual and a
manual organ. Please contact us (without
the current prices of these instruments - we promise you will be pleasantly surprised.
recent installation section of the web-site provides
comprehensive details of some of the instruments we have
Click on the photograph to see details of
What some of our
customers have said about Phoenix Organs
"We commissioned a three manual
custom built draw-stop instrument from Phoenix Organs UK made
from pine and stained to match the interior at Nazareth
Unitarian Chapel Padiham.
Over a few months
following delivery, the digital sound samples were adjusted
and finished on-site so that the organ instrument sound as we wished in
We have had a number of concerts organised
for the instrument and the general consensus of the audience has
been most favourable.
I cannot speak too highly of the
painstaking attention of David Bostock, not a merely before its
production, but during the installation and especially
afterwards. Nothing has been too much trouble. I unreservedly
commend the company to anyone considering a digital instrument
of high quality at a most competitive price!"
(Organist, Padiham Nazareth Unitarian Chapel)
"The Phoenix organ
at Penallt has exceeded all expectations, not just in
the realism of its sound but in the variety and authenticity
of its colours. It demonstrates persuasively that given high
quality samples, amplification and digital design
systems the physical limitations suggested by a
traditional pipe organ can be left behind whilst
maintaining the aural illusion of a fine pipe instrument."
David R Murray (Penallt Church Organist)
To receive a copy of our CD demonstrating the beautiful
sounds of a Phoenix Organ then click on the CD icon. (Please
remember to include your full postal address).
Update (October 2008)
Over the past twelve months we have continued to be
very busy and some of the work we have completed is
We rebuilt the electronic instrument in
Arnold Methodist Church, Nottingham reusing the
existing console; Paul
Hale gave the opening recital in November (2007).
We built a three manual residence organ in a fine
draw stop console for the
home of Mr Godfrey Slatter (Cornwall); we also
completed a three manual organ for the
of Mr Malcolm Smith.
We built a 50 draw stop, three manual organ for
All Saints Church Kings Heath, Birmingham; this
was dedicated at Pentecost (2008).
The Minster School, Southwell took delivery of
their new Phoenix Organ early in the year. This has
a very similar specification to the organ we built
Holy Trinity Southwell.
Early in the summer we completed the installation of
a new organ in
English Martyrs Church in York; here we were
able to reuse the existing console.
We were again able to make use of the console from
the previous electronic organ, providing new
electronics and audio system for
St John's Methodist Church, Wolverhampton.
We were very pleased to build a large four manual
organ for the
home of Francis Madden (in Scotland); the organ
has a distinctive French flavour. We also completed
another large three manual
residence organ for Peter Smith (Merseyside).
We have just delivered a new instrument to
St Edward's School (Oxford); the organ has three
manuals and 16 independent audio channels.
Working with the newly formed
Organs franchise in Budapest, we have supplied a large Phoenix organ for the Godollo Church in Budapest and a three manual hire
organ for the Jaki Chapel (also in Budapest).
A large four manual organ with two consoles has been
commissioned for another client in Budapest.
We have been developing a bell simulation system
which is presently being used in Dalton,
Skelmersdale, Merseyside. The final version will
support clock chimes as well as funeral toll, change
ringing and round ringing.
Our address has
changed - please see the updated
contact page. We now
have our new telephone number, 01254 703325.