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The Organ

For details of forthcoming organ concerts please see the:

Organ Recitals Page

The original organ, installed at Bloomsbury when the church first opened in 1848, was altered and improved in 1850 by the famous Henry Willis. The organ was rebuilt by Brindley & Foster in 1914.

During 2006 the church experimented with a number of ranks of pipes by the eminent Yorkshire Builder JJ Binns (1855-1928). The improvement was dramatic. If you want to know more click the link below for the full story and organ spec.

Organ spec

Organ Pieces played on the Bloomsbury Pipe Organ


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