The International Organ Festival at St Albans in England required an instrument that could be used to test and show the skills of entrants to the interpretation competition.
This instrument was designed and built in the style of Andreas Silbermann and is used for the early music section of the Festival competition.
In addition, many world-class organists have given concerts on this instrument which features a suspended key action, 26 stops and three transmissions.
Flosta Kirke, Norway
Greyfriars Kirke, Edinburgh
St Oswald's, Durham
Magdalenen Kirche, Bayreuth
International Organ Festival Organ
Salisbury Cathedral, England
Sacred Heart, Henley, England
Wells Cathedral School, England
Immanuel College, Adelaide, Australia
Garforth RC Church, England
Leighton Buzzard RC, England
St Mary Hendon, England
English Organ School, England
St Mary Paddington Green, England
Fitzwilliam College Cambs, England
Oakham School, Rutland, England
St Peter Mancroft, England
Kilmacolm Old Kirk, Scotland
St Georges Walthamstow, England
Bowood House Chapel, UK
St Albans International Organ Festival Organ