A new chamber organ for Richard Clayson and Andrew Garrett made in 1985 (now belonging to Philip Ridley)

This organ was designed for hiring to the Early Music world, and has been recorded frequently. It now belongs to
Philip Ridley, who still hires it out (01223 842922 philip.ridley@ntlworld.com)

The organ is based on late 17th century English chamber organs, particularly Compton Wynyates in Warwickshire and Wollaton Hall in Nottingham.

A new chamber organ for Richard Clayson and Andrew Garrett made in 1985




Stopped Diapason
Principal
Fifteenth
Sesquialtera
Tierce treble
8
4
2
II
1³/5


   
The Stopped Diapason is wood, the rest metal.


The compass is C- d³, with four available pitches.
The pipes have tuning slides, for different pitches and tuning systems.

The case front with its gilded dummy front pipes is based on the organ at Belchamp Walter in Essex. The case is walnut veneer.