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Sydney Suburban Organs

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Ultimo

Powerhouse Museum, Harris Street

Please note that some of the instruments are now on display in the
Powerhouse Museum Discovery Centre at Castle Hill

Organs in the Musical Instruments Collection:

Australian Brandenburg Orchestra continuo organ
Mander 2003 (1/4 mechanical)
Sometimes resides at the Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo when not in use

Continuo organ owned by ABC Classics and Pinchgut Opera
H Klop Garderen Nederland 2007 (1/4 mechanical)
8.4.2-2/3.2
resides at the Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo when not in use
instrument is almost identical to this one (apart from a 2-2/3 instead of 1-1/3)

Benjamin Flight c.1830 (1/6 mechanical)
(now at Castle Hill)

William Johnson c.1845 (1/3 mechanical)
(now at Castle Hill)
Mowll chamber organ (now at Castle Hill).
B. unknown [English chamber organ, c.1820 in regency case].
Acquired from estate of late Archbishop H.W.K. Mowll, following his death in 1958.
1 manual, 6 speaking stops, no pedals, tracker action
Man: 8.8 divided.4.4.2.III divided. At present in storage.
John Longman barrel organ
B. 1806, 1 manual, 4 speaking stops, triangle and drum
It was acquired for the collection in 1978.

 

 

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Sydney suburbs are arranged in alphabetical order - please click on the blue letter of the suburb below
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Maitland Wollongong
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Tasmania Northern Terr.