PHOENIX ORGANS

St Mary Magdalene, Penwortham, Lancashire

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The new Phoenix organ in St. Mary Magdalene's Church in Penwortham Lancashire (near Preston), installed in early 2006, has two manuals and pedals in a handsome draw-stop console with a Danish oil finish. The instrument is designed to support liturgical use and  as a solo instrument on which a wide repertoire of music can be successfully performed.  The organ includes an auto pedal stop to simulate the use of the pedals when the instrument is being played by someone who does not use the pedals. 

 

GREAT
Open Diapason 8
Claribel Flute 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Octave 4
Chimney Flute 4
Twelfth 2
2/3
Fifteenth 2
Tierce 1
3/5
Fourniture IV
Double Trumpet 16
Trumpet 8
Clarinet 8
Swell to Great
  SWELL (enclosed)
Geigen 8
Gedackt 8
Salicional 8
Voix Celestes II
Principal 4
Nason Flute 4
Flautino 2
Mixture III
Contra Fagotto 16
Cornopean 8
Oboe 8
Tremulant
PEDAL
Contra Bourdon 32
Principal 16
Bourdon 16
Octave 8
Bass Flute 8
Fifteenth 4
Mixture IV
Contra Fagotto 32
Posaune 16
Trumpet 8
Swell to Pedal
Great to Pedal
Auto Pedal
  PISTONS
8 Pistons to Great
8 Pistons to Swell
8 General Pistons
3 Reversers for couplers
Set & Cancel Pistons
16 Memory Levels
Piston Sequencer:
  8 levels
  99 pages
  (792 steps)
  2 advance pistons
  1 back piston
AUDIO
5 Audio channels
4 full range speakers
1 pedal sub
Reverberation System
  FEATURES
LCD Display and controls incorporating:
   piston memory level
   4 Temperaments
   Pitch
   Volume
   Transpose
   Reverb time and level

 

 
     
 

Phoenix Organs 2001-2006  Last updated 5th May 2006