The LMH organ
The LMH organ was one of the final instruments to be voiced by Arthur Harrison, completed around the same time as Westminster Abbey and King’s College Cambridge. The organ is housed in a case designed by the chapel architect, Giles Gilbert Scott. Apart from some tonal modifications in 1983, carried out under the direction of James Dalton, it remains in its 1934 state and is fine example of Harrison’s work. Despite its small specification, the organ’s varied colours resonate well in the fine chapel acoustic.
|Subbass 16||Contra Dulciana 16||Lieblich Gedact 8|
|Dulciana 16||Open Diapason 8||Echo Salicional 8|
|Flute 8||Claribel Flute 8||Vox Angelica 8|
|Rohr Flute 8||Harmonic Flute 4|
|Octave 4||Mixture III|
|Super Octave 2||Cornopean 8|