The Walker Organ Great

The Great Stops

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Date last updated
Thursday, May 25, 2006 3:31 PM

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The lips on the wood flutes are used for tuning the pipes.

The rear of the front facade, is now visible. The Makin swell speakers have been removed to the North Aisle.

Paul climbing up ontpo the passage board between the great and the swell box. In the foreground you can see the cone shaped trumpet reed, and in front of them, what sounds like a Dulciana

 
 

Looking down on the Large pipes on the north side from the passage board between the swell and the great.

   

One of the flutes.

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