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Hanbury Hall

We have just finished a restoration of the ca1770 Samuel Green chamber organ at Hanbury Hall, a National Trust house near Droitwich in Worcestershire. The case was made to resemble a harpsichord in shape, but it was never a harpsichord, let alone a claviorgan, as it is often described. The case and keys were probably made by a German craftsman working in London.

Hanbury

The picture shows Edward Bennett (who was in charge of the restoration) and Nick Hagen bringing the restored organ back to Hanbury Hall. If you would like to play the organ get in touch with Michelle Hill at michelle.hill@nationaltrust.org.uk