December 17, 2010

St. Andrew’s Uniting Church, Creek Street

St. Andrew’s Uniting Church, Creek Street This organ was originally built by W. G. Rendall in 1905. Frederick Ernst Ladegast was the foreman and his hand can be seen in the werkprinzip layout of the organ, with the Swell above the Great which is in turn above the unenclosed Choir. […]
December 14, 2010

News: All Saints’ Anglican Church Murwillumba

The new movable drawstop console has been made for 1926 C W Leggo organ in All Saints’ Anglican Church Murwillumbah and will be installed in July. This console has a new relay system and will be positioned at the front of the church which will be a better position to […]
December 14, 2010

News: Brisbane City Hall Pipe Organ Restoration

The main news of 2010 has been the dismantling and storage of the of the 5-manual Brisbane City Hall Willis pipe organ. The City Hall is in need of some much needed restoration and it was decided to remove all of the organ to protect it while the auditorium and […]
December 14, 2010

Brisbane City Hall

This instrument was originally built by Henry Willis and Sons in England between 1891-2 and first erected in the Brisbane Exhibition Hall, Bowen Park.  At that time it had 4 manuals and 45 speaking stops, with tubular pneumatic action – a very advanced design for the period.  While the first […]