Stoke Doyle

13th July 2016


modern neo-classical organ
resited on custom-made platform provided by NVCOP
never have five stops sounded more glorious!

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In a gem of a Georgian Church, blessed with superb acoustics and a quiet ambience, this small one-manual-and-pedal instrument, built by Church & Company, is a musical delight.
Relocated from All Saints, Bearsden, Glasgow, it now sits at the west end of St Rumbald’s, singing inspiringly from a new oak platform funded by NVCOP.

St Rumbald’s, Stoke Doyle – organ

made 1972 by Nigel Church (Church and Company)
for All Saints, Bearsden, Glasgow
purchased 1997 by Oundle International Festival
and relocated to Stoke Doyle 2001
resited on new platform funded by NVCOP 2012
5 stops


8’ Gedeckt
4’ Flute
2’ Principal
1’ Twentysecond
(formerly 11/3’ Spitzquint – changed by Bower in 2001)


16’ Sordun


Manual/ Pedal
mechanical action to keys, pedals and drawstops