DaveHarries Posted November 10, 2019 Share Posted November 10, 2019 Greetings all, While looking for information on the organs of St. John's Cathedral, Malta I came across this article on the restoration of the organ at St. Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral on the island which, according to the article, started life when it was built for Chester Cathedral, England by Father Smith in 1676. The news article, dated 2014, relates to recent work to make it fully playable and it seems that the dummy case pipes were replaced with ones that play notes. The console was also replaced. https://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2014-07-28/local-news/St-Paul%27s-Anglican-Pro-Cathedral-organ-restored-5994938374 Other than the case, therefore, how much - if any - of the organ of 1676 remains? Dave Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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