St Stephen's Anglican Church
cnr Kentley and Pennant Hills Roads, Normanhurst

Roger H. Pogson 1964 (2/4 ranks extension, electro-magnetic action)


From SOJ Autumn 2006:

The A-frame style building characteristic of its time, was dedicated in 1963 and the Roger Pogson two manual four rank extension organ was installed in 1964 at a cost of £1,981. This instrument has the distinction of being the first organ by this builder. The console is on the left of the sanctuary - all the pipework is in a small room or chamber attached to the external wall of the sanctuary, and speaks through a small opening which is really at floor level on the right of the sanctuary. Despite this somewhat unusual arrangement the sound of the organ is clear and bright and is nicely suited to the size of the church, the acoustic of which is however rather dull.

The specification is:

Great
Open Diapason
Stopped Flute
Principal
Flute
Nazard
Doublette

Swell
Gedackt
Salicional
Gemshorn
Flute
Spitzflute
Quint
Octavin

Pedal
Bourdon
Bass Flute
Principal
Nazard
Fifteenth

Couplers
Swell to Great
Swell Octave to Great
Swell to Pedal

Tremulant

8
8
4
4
2-2/3
2


8
8
4
4
2
1-1/3
8


16
8
4
2-2/3
2








A
C
A
C
B
A


C
D
B
C
B
B
B


C
C
A
B
A









Electro-magnetic action