Great Hall, University of Sydney



The Rudolf von Beckerath Organ (1972)

Mechanical action, 54 speaking stops and 75 ranks


History of the Great Hall organ


Recital schedule


The University Organist







New Chancellor's Trumpet stop on the lefthand side case above the console (2012).

Great
Principal
Principal
Rohrflöte
Octave
Nachthorn
Nasat
Octave
Mixture
Scharf
Cornet
Trumpet
Trumpet
Trumpet
The Chancellor's Trumpet*

Positive
Principal
Gedackt
Quintadena
Octave
Rohrflöte
Quintflöte
Octave
Tierce
Larigot
Sifflöte
Scharf
Rankett
Cromorne
Tremolo
The Chancellor's Trumpet*

Swell (enclosed)
Rohrflöte
Holzflöte
Gemshorn
Unda maris
Principal
Blockflöte
Nasat
Flachflöte
Tierce
Septime
Mixture
Fagott
Trumpet
Oboe
Schalmei
Tremolo

Pedal
Principal
Subbass
Octave
Rohrgedackt
Metallflöte
Nachthorn
Rauschpfeife
Mixture
Dulcian
Posaune
Trumpet
Trumpet


16
8
8
4
4
2 2/3
2
IV
IV
IV-V
16
8
4
8


8
8
8
4
4
2 2/3
2
1 3/5
1 1/3
1
IV-VI
16
8

8


16
8
8
8
4
4
2 2/3
2
1 3/5
1 1/7
V-VII
16
8
8
4



16
16
8
8
4
2
III
V
16
16
8
4


ACTION
Key action: Mechanical
Coupler and Stop action: Electric

COUPLERS
Swell to Great
Positiv to Great
Swell to Pedal
Great to Pedal
Positiv to Pedal

All duplicated by toe pistons

COMBINATION PISTONS
6 general pistons (1-4 duplicated by toe pistons)
2 divisional pistons on each manual and pedal
SSL Memory: 128 Levels
Sequencer: Next and Previous

* a new en chamade rank added in 2012 by von Beckareth to mark the
40th anniversary of the organ and a gift from the Vice Chancellor's Committee.
It is playable from the Great and Positive manuals.
Twenty pipes are mounted en chamade on each side organ case on electric action.







Console of the Carillon