A new organ by Carsten Lund of Denmark, was installed in the Chapel in 2006; David Sanger acted as Consultant. It was dedicated by the Bishop of Norwich on 15 October 2006.
Since establishing his firm in 1966, Carsten Lund has gained an enviable reputation throughout Scandinavia for the quality and individuality of his organs, most notable among which are those in the Bragernes Kirke, in Drammen, Norway; St Knud’s Cathedral, Odense; and his magnificent free reconstruction of the 1724 Kastens instrument in the Garnisons Kirke, Copenhagen. His choir organ in Copenhagen Cathedral can be heard every morning on Danish radio in the broadcast daily service.
An acclaimed CD recording of the chapel organ entitled The Buxtehude Influence played by the College's Director of Music, Andrew Arthur, is available from our gift shop.
|I Great (C-g’’’)|
|II Swell (C-g’’’)|
|Bordun (from Great)||16'|
|Principal (from Great)||8'|
|Gedackt (ext. Subbass)||8'|
Great + Swell, Great + Swell 16’
Pedal + Great, Pedal + Swell, Pedal + Swell 4’
8 sets of 5 adjustable divisionals for each of the 3 divisions
Expression box for Swell
Mobile Ventus Stop, allowing historical winding
Capture system with 8 sets of 1000 combinations.