St. Peter and St. Paul, Cromer, Norfolk
St. Peter and St. Paul, Cromer, Norfolk St. Peter and St. Paul, Cromer, Norfolk Original Console 1912

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Contra Bourdon 32
Viole 16
Open Metal 16
Open Wood 16
Bourdon 16
Echo Bourdon 16
Bass Flute 8
Octave Diapason 8
Fourniture V
Contra Trombone 32
Trombone 16
Bourdon 16
Gemshorn 8
Dulciana 8
Gedact 8
Flauto Traverso 4
Nazat 2 2/3
Piccolo 2
Tierce 1 3/5
Contra Viole 16
Open Diapason I 8
Open Diapason II 8
Doppel Flote 8
Harmonic Flute 4
Principal 4
Twelfth 2 2/3
Fifteenth 2
Mixture III 15.19.22
Mixture II 26.29
Trumpet 8
Clarion 4
Tromba 8
Open Diapason 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Salicional 8
Celeste 8
Principal 4
Fifteenth 2
Mixture III 15.19.22
Contra Fagotto 16
Horn 8
Oboe 8
Clarion 4
Viola 8
Harmonic Flute 8
Concert Flute 4
Orchestral Oboe 8
Clarinet 8
Tromba 8
Tuba 8
Swell to Pedal
Swell to Great
Swell to Choir
Swell octave
Swell suboctave
Swell unison off
Choir to Great
Choir to Pedal
Choir octave
Choir suboctave
Great to Pedal
Solo to Pedal
Solo Octave
Solo Sub Octave
Solo to Great
Solo to Choir

Balanced Swell pedals
8 thumb pistons to each department
8 general thumb pistons [2 sets - A and B]
Pistons for Pedal couplers, Sw-Ch, So-Gt, Sw-Gt, Ch-Gt
Trombone reversers
General Cancel
Great and Pedal pistons coupled

The heart of this organ dates from 1860’s and was the three manual tracker from Bath Abbey; Norman & Beard had made it a four manual in 1903 with an Alfred Hollins style stop layout with 55 knobs in line over the keys but they replaced this with the present console in their 1948 rebuild.

In 1986 Bower & Company rebuilt the organ, refitting the soundboards and updating the actions; the great trumpets we added in 1993.

In 1998 we installed the 32ft reed that the church had obtained, in 2003 releathered the main large bellows reservoir.

In 2011 improved access to the inside of the organ and restored the Tuba on 15” wind.