The Organ at Saint Agnes
Saint Agnes Church houses a fine 2-manual N.P. Mander organ.
The instrument was built in 1960/61 and is used weekly for Sunday
morning services, accompanying the choir and congregation.
The Lady Chapel also houses a beautiful harmonium, used for sung
chapel services. There are plans in the future to install a further 4 manual electronic instrument, to be used in addition to the Mander organ in weekly worship.
In 2018, a new 4-manual Hauptwerk system was commissioned and will be installed during 2018. It will be used in conjunction with the existing organ for sung services.
A full list of stops and couplers for the organ is listed below.
Leiblich Dedact, 8
Nazard, 2 2/3
Open Diapason, 8
Nason Flute, 4
Swell to Pedal
Swell to Great
Swell octave to Great
Swell suboctave to Great
Great to Pedal
Hear the organ below: