Stanbrook Abbey

Nr Wass, North Yorkshire

Two Manual,
12 stop Organ

Built for the Benedictine Order of nuns in the newly constructed Stanbrook Abbey near Wass in the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors. Used mainly for liturgical use, it is designed to be a concert instrument as well. The case design reflects the contemporary finish of the new church.

All the pipework apart from the Open Diapason and pedal stops sit in an enclosed box. The Bell Gamba, made by Shires Organ Pipes Ltd, is believed to be the first stop of its kind to be made in over 100 years.

Manual I
8 Principal (unencl.)
8 Tapered Flute
4 Octave
2 2/3 Twelfth
2 Fifteenth
1 3/5 Tierce

Manual II
8 Bell Gamba
8 Stopped Diapason
4 Chimney Flute
8 Cor Anglais

Pedal
16 Bassus
8 Tenor

Couplers
II/I, I/Ped, II/Ped

Tremulant

Stanbrook Abbey - Jennings Organs