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It looks rather like thwo other large R&D instruments which spring to mind - Hoy Rude, Stirilng and St. Andrew's, Plymouth.

Dr Lloyd Webber was involved in drawing up the specification for the latter so perhaps that is not surprising. Yet, without checking, there seem to be more similarities between the Holy Rude and Plymouth organs than between Plymouth and Westminster.

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It looks rather like thwo other large R&D instruments which spring to mind - Hoy Rude, Stirilng and St. Andrew's, Plymouth.

 

I further suspect that the Flute Nineteenth 1 1/3 is in fact a Septième, as given as a possible alternative. This stop was occasionally inserted by R&D in some of their larger instruments, particularly since there is already a Larigot on the Choir Organ.

 

 

The replacement organ following WW2 at St.Andrew's Plymouth was also designed by Dr.Lloyd Webber.

Whoops - didn't see the above. Silly me! [ At least we agree.]

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