Fortwilliam & Macrory

Presbyterian Church

Our organ

During our recent refurbishments, we took the opportunity to replace our aging pipe organ with a two manual Copeman Hart digital organ. Although a digital instrument, this produces a very authentic pipe organ sound with many visitors needing convinced that it is not a real pipe organ!

This instrument has contributed greatly to the quality of the music in our congregational life. In addition to being used for services, the organ has also featured in several concerts performed in the Sanctuary.

Specification

GREAT

 

SWELL (Enclosed)

 

PEDAL

 

Quintadena

16

Geigen Diapason

8

Sub Bass

32

Open Diapason

8

Gedackt

8

Open Wood

16

Chimney Flute

8

Viola da Gamba

8

Bourdon

16

Dulciana

8

Voix Célestes

8

Salicional

16

Principal

4

Principal

4

Bass Flute

8

Harmonic Flute

4

Wald Flute

4

Octave

8

Twelfth

2 2/3

Fifteenth

2

Choral Bass

4

Fifteenth

2

Larigot

1 1/3

Octave Flute

4

Fourniture

IV

Octavin

1

Bombarde

16

Trumpet

8

Mixture

IV

Bassoon

16

Tuba

8

Contra Fagotto

16

Great to Pedal

 

Swell to Great

 

Trumpet

8

Swell to Pedal

 

 

 

Oboe

8

Gt & Ped Pistons

 

 

 

Clarinet

8

 

 

 

 

Tremulant

 

 

 

Drawstop console in oak, finished to match surrounding woodwork, with simulated tracker touch to manuals, locking glazed doors, full-scale 32-note pedalboard, and bench.Three soundcards. Eight main loudspeaker systems and one bass horn with 4 x 15" drivers – if reflex it would need 6 x 15" drivers.

Six thumb pistons to Great

)

 

Six thumb pistons to Swell

)

all adjustable by capture system

Six general thumb pistons

)

with six long-term memories

Six toe pistons to Pedal

)

 

General Cancel and Setter thumb pistons
Reverser thumb pistons: Swell to Great, Great to Pedal, Swell to Pedal
Reverser toe piston: Great to Pedal
Transposer

For further details of the organ, please visit the Copeman Hart website.