PHOENIX ORGANS

Arnold Methodist Church, Nottingham

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Phoenix Organs The organ has two manuals and pedals with moving tab stops mounted above the Swell manual.  There are eight audio channels, seven full range channels and one low frequency bass column.  The organ was opened by Paul Hale at a concert on November 14th 2007.  The programme for the recital can be found at Paul Hale's web site.

Great   Pedal
1 Bourdon 16
2 Open Diapason 8
3 Gemshorn 8
4 Claribel Flute 8
5 Principal 4
6 Harmonic Flute 4
7 Twelfth 22/3
8 Fifteenth 2
9 Cornet III
10 Trumpet 8
11 Clarion 4
i Swell to Great
  1 Open Diapason 16
2 Sub Bass 16
3 Echo Bourdon 16
4 Principal 8
5 Bass Flute 8
6 Choral Bass 4
7 Trombone 16
i Swell to Pedal
ii Great to Pedal
iii Grt & Ped Pistons Coupled
Swell   Thumb pistons
1 Open Diapason 8
2 Rohr Flute 8
3 Salicional 8
4 Voix Celeste 8
5 Gemshorn 4
6 Nason Flute 4
7 Nazard 22/3
8 Piccolo 2
9 Tierce 13/5
10 Mixture IV
11 Contra Fagotto 16
12 Trumpet 8
13 Oboe 8
i Octave
ii Tremulant

 
  8 Pistons to Great
8 Pistons to Swell
8 General Pistons

Set & Cancel Pistons
16 Memory Levels

Reversers
Swell to Great
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal

 
Stop  Sequencer   Toe Pistons
2 Seq advance thumb piston
1 Seq back thumb piston
1 Seq advance toe piston

99 pages with 8 settings per page

  3 Toe pistons
Audio system
8 channels: 7 channels of external full-range loudspeakers and one channel of powered sub bass.
 
     
 

Phoenix Organs 2001-2008  Last updated 13 October 2008.