St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow
3-stop Chamber Organ
An instrument designed in conjunction with the client in 2008, this instrument was originally housed in a church and was used liturgically and as a practice organ. Its console was loosely inspired by examples of Schnitger organs in Germany and Holland and includes carved key fronts and historic style stop knobs.
The instrument now lives in St Mary’s Cathedral in Glasgow, Scotland.
Carvings by Peter Biles of Bruton, Somerset
Its dimensions are 1360mm/4’6” wide, 1200mm/4’0” high, 800mm/2’7” deep.