Guest Hector5 Posted July 20, 2010 Share Posted July 20, 2010 I am currently trying to research the history of the organs of St Luke's church, Sevenoaks. The first instrument was originally built as a house organ (in Kippington) by Gray & Davidson in 1899. I have some photographs of the instrument as it was being dismantled, and it seems to have been a sizeable instrument - certainly for a house organ. It was removed by Ralph Arnold and replaced with a six rank extension organ. I am trying to get hold of the original stoplist and wonder if any of you have any idea how I can achieve this (archives etc). Alternatively, some of you may remember the organ, which was removed in the late 1960s/early 1970s. On one of the photos there are a few stops left in situ, and they read: PEDAL 32 Contra Bourdon 16 Open Diapason 16 ????? 16 Lieblich Bourdon ?? ?? ?? Any information would be gratefully received. Hector Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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