|Tuba Horn (front of picture), Fanfare Trumpet, and Ophicleide (back). The trumpet was, according to one commentator, Christie's version of Wurlitzer's English Horn stop.
"It could probably be used for cutting up rugs or linoleum", he wrote! The major reeds were voiced by Arthur Rundle, while the flues were by Bob Lamb.
This was only the tenth instrument to bear the Christie name (after John Christie, the chairman of Hill, Norman, & Beard).
It was a showpiece organ and great attention was paid to its voicing, which was noted as being exquisite throughout.
Wind pressures ranged from five to 20 inches. For the stop list and other details, click here.||Regal,|