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opus 70  ii/35 ranks - mechanical

H.M. Tower of London

London

The organ in my opinion is one of the finest of its kind in the UK… It is a very beautiful instrument to play with a very sensitive action. It fills the room but does not in any way overwhelm, which I think is quite an achievement given the size of the building. [Fernand Létourneau] and his team pay great attention to detail and have worked very hard give to us exactly what we wanted. — Colm Carey (Master of Music, HM Tower of London)


  Great
16′Bourdon
8′Open Diapason
8′Chimney Flute
4′Principal
4′Conical Flute
2-2/3′Nazard
2′Fifteenth
1-3/5′Tierce
1-1/3′Mixture IV
8′Trumpet
 Tremulant
  Swell (expressive)
8′Violin Diapason
8′Stopped Diapason
8′Viola da Gamba
8′Voix Celeste
4′Principal
4′Open Flute
2′Recorder
1-1/3′Nineteenth
2′Mixture IV
16′Bassoon
8′Trumpet
8′Oboe
4′Clarion
 Tremulant
  Pedal
16′Contrabass
16′Bourdon
8′Principal
8′Bourdon
4′Choral Bass
16′Posaune
8′Trumpet

Usual unison couplers.