The Cannock Chase Organ Club
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Pallot Steam Museum Compton - Jersey, Channel Islands

This art deco cinema organ was installed in 1937 in the Regal/odeon cinema, guernsey. It was opened by famous BBC organist, Reginald Foort. it was regularly played by resident organist, Edgar Blampied, until 1982.
The organ was obtained by L.C. Pallot from the Guernsey Administration in 1982 before the cinema was finally demolished

The organ consisits of 3 manuals (or keyboards) and 8 ranks (or sets of pipes). The organ pipes are located in two chambers on the balcony to the left. 
this is a rare example of a fully original compton.

 

Cameron Lloyd and Edd Hordley have spent a number of days working on the Compton in the past year, bringing it back to playing standard. The organ was formally opened to the public again on the 16th September 2017, where Cameron played the Compton for the morning of the museum's annual Steam and Threashing Fair. This is the first time the organ has been played in public in over 15 years!

 

We are liasing with the museum regarding stating concerts/events on the Compton - Watch this space!

 

LEFT HAND CHAMBER (Main):
Diapason
Stopped Flute
Violon Cello
Violin Celeste

 

RIGHT HAND CHAMBER (Solo):
Tibia Clausa
Vox Humana
Tuba
Muted Trumpet

 

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