Abbey organ

Abbey organ

Abbey organ is on the right of the picture

Ealing Abbey organ
1935: John Compton was particularly proud of the instrument in the Priory Church of  the then St Benedict’s Priory. The organ was unfortunately destroyed by a bomb on 7 October 1940.

1974 Rushworth and Dreaper built a new instrument on neo-classical lines, 2 manuals, 26 speaking stops

New Chapel pipe instrument: Matthew Copley, 1980, installed Summer 2012

The main instrument is used regularly for accompanying liturgy and for organ recitals on the first Sunday of each month at 1700h.

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