The 1861 John Nicholson organ was originally built for Manchester Cathedral with the first phase of renovation work carried out by Nicholson & Co in 1994.
In 2001 the new West Great division was added. The Nave division is voiced to be the partner of the greater instrument and the West Great blends superbly with the Swell and with the Pedal division (just behind the new division).
In 2017, a new en chamade solo reed stop – the Trompete de Maris, mounted below the ceiling at the west end of the cathedral was added.
A comprehensive refurbishment of the console, including enhancements to playing aids such as the provision of a stepper was also completed.
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