Sound of the Abbey organ

Our organ was built by Kenneth Tickell in 2004

The organ has two manuals and twelve stops. All ranks are enclosed, with the exception of the Open Diapason and Bourdon, enabling the majority of the organ to be balanced with voices.

Psalm tones often require a held chord of quite lengthy duration when the bottom note is often in the bass octave. There is no breaking into stopped basses for the open 8’ ranks, but this organ provides the timbres for, and rewards of playing, a range of organ repertoire.


Trio Sonata in Eb played by a sister.





Flute and Organ: Bach Polonaise played by sisters.


This is on the Abbey organ and is full of the joy of this Liturgical season.