ST MARY LE BOW, CHEAPSIDE
CITY OF LONDON

Great
1
  Bourdon
16
 
 
2
  Open Diapason
8
 
 
3
  Stopped Diapason
8
 
 
4
  Gamba
8
 
 
5
  Principal
4
 
 
6
  Spitz Flute
4
 
 
7
  Fifteenth
2
 
 
8
  Cornet
III
 
 
9
  Furniture
IV
 
 
10
  Trumpet
8
 
 
11
  Cromorne
8
 
 
i
 
Tremulant
   
 
ii
  Swell to Great    
 
   
 
Swell
12
  Chimney Flute
8
 
 
13
  Viola
8
 
 
14
  Voix Celeste
8
 
 
15
  Principal
4
 
 
16
  Traverse Flute
4
 
 
17
Nasard
2
 2/3
 
18
  Open Flute
2
 
 
19
Tierce
1
 3/5
 
20
  Larigot
1
1/3
 
21
  Mixture
III-IV
 
 
22
  Bassoon
16
 
 
23
  Trumpet
8
 
 
24
  Hautboy
8
 
 
iii
 
Tremulant
   
 
iv
  Bow Bells     (cymbelstern)
       
 
Pedal
25
  Sub Bass
16
 
 
26
  Violone
16
 
 
27
  Principal
8
 
 
28
  Open Flute
8
 
 
29
  Octave
4
 
 
30
  Trombone
16
 
 
31
  Trumpet
8
  (from Great)
 
v
  Swell to Pedal
 
 
vi
  Great to Pedal
 
           

Tracker key action : slider soundboards

Electric stop and combination actions

The new organ uses the casework designed by Lawrence King and made by Dove Brothers following the rebuilding of the church after its destruction by enemy action ins 1942. The case seems to be loosely based on the work of the Alsace Silbermanns and this French influence has been carried into the stoplist.

The image above shows the existing casework with new front pipes and remodelling of the impost line by introducing new carved toe shades for the three towers.

St mary le bow console

the new console

 

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