South Downs Gateway Churches

Colden Common Organs

The organ of Colden Common was bought for £150 in 1898. It was built by Albert E. Pease of Stoke Newington, a small builder who traded from 1890 to 1909. It is said Pease built cheap organs but the organ of Colden Common is competently constructed in an honest manner of sound materials. David White restored the organ in 1998.

Great Organ (C-g3, 56 notes)

  • Open Diapason 8ft
  • Stop Diapason Bass 8ft
  • Clarabella 8ft (from tenor c)
  • Viol d’Amour 8ft (from tenor c)
  • Principal 4ft

Swell Organ (C-g3, 56 notes)

  • Violin Diapason 8ft (shared bass with Lieblich Gedackt)
  • Lieblich Gedackt 8ft
  • Flauto Traverso 4ft
  • Piccolo 2ft
  • Oboe 8ft (from tenor c)

Pedal Organ

Bourdon 16ft

  • Accessories
  • Swell to Great
  • Swell to Pedal
  • Great to Pedal
  • Trigger Swell Pedal
  • Straight, concave pedal board
  • Mechanical key, pedal and stop action
  • Double rise reservoir with electric blower.
Location Morestead, Owslebury, Twyford, Colden Common. Benefice Office: Holy Trinity Church Centre, 154 Main Road, Colden Common SO21 1TJ Phone 01962 715172
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