Residence Organ for Dr Chris Anderson (Cambridge)

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We have recently install a new Phoenix Organ using an existing two manual and pedal draw-stop console for Dr Chris Anderson (Cambridge). The organ has a floating solo division that may be coupled to both manuals and to the pedals.   As well as the console, some of elements from the audio system previously used with the organ have been retained.

Great Organ
Double Diapason 16
Open Diapason 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Dulciana 8
Principal 4
Harmonic Flute 4
Twelfth 2
Fifteenth 2
Tierce 1
Mixture  IV
Trumpet 8
Clarinet 8

Pedal Organ
Bourdon 32
Open Diapason 16
Bourdon 16
Echo Bourdon 16
Octave 8
Bass Flute 8
Chorale Bass 4
Ophiclide 16
Contra Trombone 32
(operated by a reversible piston - no draw-stop)

Pedal Enclosed
Great Enclosed
Solo Enclosed
Volume Control

8 Audio Channels
Reverberation System
External speakers
(Active sub woofer, six full range and two bookshelf speakers)

  Swell Organ
Geigen 8
Gedeckt 8
Gamba 8
Voix Celeste II
Principal 4
Wald Flute 4
Doublette 2
Mixture III
Double Trumpet 16
Trumpet 8
Oboe 8
Clarion 4

Swell  to Great
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Great & Pedal Combinations Coupled

Solo Organ (Floating)
Quintaton 16
Viol d' Orchestre 8
Cornet V
Tuba Mirabilis 8
The Solo division may be coupled to both manuals and pedal using reversible pistons
(no draw-stops).

5 General pistons
5 thumb pistons to Swell
5 thumb pistons to Great
5 Toe pistons to Pedal
5 Toe pistons to Swell
Reversible pistons to couplers
Setter piston & General Cancel
8 Levels of piston memory


Phoenix Organs 2001-2005  Last updated 29 November  2005