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Project Detail for St. John the Baptist Church, Kinsale.


Project Name St. John the Baptist Church, Kinsale.
Location Kinsale, Co. Cork
Original Builder Hugh Russell, London 1809 - restored 2009
St. John the Baptist Church, Kinsale.
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St. John the Baptist Church, Kinsale.
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Great

Compass - Short Octave

Open Diapason 8ft
Stopped Diapason 8ft
Principal 4ft
Flute 4ft
Twelfth 2 2/3ft
Fifteenth 2ft
Mixture III
Sesquialtera II
Trumpet 8ft

Swell

TENOR G SWELL (with nagshead swell front)

Open Diapason 8ft
Stopped Diapason 8ft
Principal 4ft
Trumpet 8ft

 
Pedal
Bourdon 16ft (not original)
Couplers

Swell to Great
Great to Pedal - permanently coupled

Testimonial

Paul Neiland & Associates of Wexford were employed to carry out the complete restoration of our Hugh Russell organ, originally built in 1809 and believed to be the oldest organ in regular use in Ireland today.  We found their work to be of very high quality, with incredible attention to detail.  A number of reputable organists have played the instrument since its restoration and have spoken highly of the work.  Prior to its restoration our instrument was virtually unplayable and although the task of restoration was very challenging, Neiland's have left us with an instrument of which we are very proud. 
Mr. Vincent McCarthy,  Organist,  Church of St. John the Baptist,  Kinsale,  Co. Cork.  2009


 
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