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Bishop of Oxford dedicates new pipe organ in St Peter’s Wolvercote 9 December 2016 – Wolvercote, Oxford Press release On Sunday …

The wonderful moment when the plastic covering comes off the front pipes. Fabulous pipes once again from Shires Organ Pipes Ltd …

Sr. Raphael Foster (organist) “Our introduction to Robin Jennings was via Skype. John Cunningham as Client representative was with Robin in …

I don’t do much turning but having been let down by a supplier was forced to make some pipe feet…… Click …

Nearly there with the Guildhall School of Music’s continuo organ. Finishing touches include making three small stop knobs from English Boxwood. …

A couple of weeks of pipe making ahead. This includes making pipe feet and stopper handles. Here are some photos of …

Just started a couple of continuo organs. 3 stops including 8ft Stopped Diapason, 4ft Chimney Flute and the option of a …

First job of 2017 – an overhaul of Malcolm Greenhalgh’s 4-stop hire organ made in 2005. Definitely one of the most …

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Jennings Organs added 4 new photos.3 weeks ago
A brief time in the workshop before I'm back on tour with @mco_london has enabled me to finish off the draw stop action for Copenhagen.
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BBC Radio 3’s evening concert tonight features one of my chamber organs played by Stevie Farr from Milton Court in London. All Handel repertoire.
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Not for the faint hearted - slicing up the keys on the bandsaw.
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Jennings Organs added 12 new photos.2 months ago
I finished the blower box, wind regulator and connecting trunks today for Copenhagen. It's always a significant moment in a project when the wind is turned on for the first time. Here are a few pictures of the process.
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Jennings Organs added 7 new photos.2 months ago
The casework for Copenhagen is coming on.
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Jennings Organs added 4 new photos.3 months ago
More pipes for Copenhagen. These are the 4ft 'helpers' for the bottom octave of the 8ft Principal. Gently voiced and drawn with the 8ft Gedakt they give a very convincing open effect. A great way of saving space as it is obviously unrealistic to have 8ft open pipes in a continuo organ.
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