nfortin Posted October 15, 2004 Share Posted October 15, 2004 I've had the pleasure of playing for 2 choral evensongs within a period of just over a year on the 4-manual Willis in St. Michael's, Tenbury. In my opinion this is a fabulous instrument. It's surprisingly bright-toned, has plenty of power, and a wealth of beautiful softer sounds as you would expect. Does anyone know:- - what condition the organ is in, its OK to play at present - who maintains it - what are its chances of being kept in good order This is also an interesting instrument for those following the discussion re. sympathetic historical restorations elsewhere on these discussion boards. It has what I guess it the original Willis console and there's a fascinating mechanism for setting the piston combinations which I've not seen elsewhere. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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