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Original proposal by Henry Willis & Sons and Lewis & Co.
Great
Clarion 4
Trumpet 8
Double Trumpet 16
Grand Chorus V
Fifteenth 2
Twelfth 22/3
Flute Ouverte 4
Principal 4
Octave 4
Quint 51/3
Flute Harmonique 8
Open Diapason III 8
Open Diapason II 8
Open Diapason I 8
Double Open Diapason 16
Swell (enclosed)
Clarion 4
Trompette Harmonique 8
Waldhorn 16
Tremulant
Oboe 8
Harmonics III
Harmonic Piccolo 2
Fifteenth 2
Twelfth 22/3
Suabe Flute 4
Principal 4
Voix Celeste 8
Echo Gamba 8
Rohr Flote 8
Open Diapason 8
Violon 16
Solo & Bombarde (enclosed)
Grand Tuba 8 (unenclosed)
Tuba Clarion 4
Tuba 8
Contra Tuba 16
Tremulant
Clarinet 8
Cor Anglais 16
Salicetina 2
Concert Flute 4
Unda Maris 8
Salicional 8
Viole d'Orchestre 8
Violoncello 8
Tibia 8
Pedal
Grand Ophicleide 16
Clarion 8 (d)
Trombone 16 (d)
Contra Trombone 32 (d)
Super Octave 4 (a)
Flute 8 (c)
Principal 8 (a)
Octave 8 (b)
Dulciana 16 (Choir)
Violon 16 (Swell)
Sub Bass 16 (c)
Contra Bass 16
Open Diapason 16 (a)
Great Bass 16 (b)
Double Open Diapason 32 (a)
Choir
Trumpet 8
Cornet III
Fifteenth 2
Twelfth 22/3
Nason Flute 4
Principal 4
Stopped Diapason 8
Open Diapason 8
Contra Dulciana 16
See the stop list proposed by Harrison & Harrison
See the stop list of the instrument as built
This was the contract's stop list, as signed in December, 1920, and published in The Organ of July, 1921. There were to be some 3,900 pipes. However, during the ten years it took to construct the instrument, the following alterations were made:
Solo: Quintaton added. Viole d'Orchestre replaced by 'Cello Celestes. Salicetina replaced by Piccolo Harmonique (formerly on Swell). Three enclosed tubas replaced by Orchestral Oboe, French Horn, and Orchestral Trumpet.

Swell: Open Diapason and Principal replaced by Geigen Diapason and Octave Geigen respectively. Echo Gamba and Voix Celestes replaced by Echo Viole and Viole Celeste respectively. Although these alterations may have been merely name changes, it is worth noting that all four stops have a considerable amount of edge tone - suggesting that there was a tonal change too. Harmonic Piccolo replaced by Vox Humana.

Great: Bourdon, Tenth, second Twelfth, and second Fifteenth added. Flute Ouverte (open) replaced by Flute Couverte (stopped). Later, the department was divided, with the second division being transferable onto the Choir manual.

Choir: Viola and Sylvestrina added. Stopped Diapason replaced by Cor de Nuit. Cor de Nuit Celestes added. Principal replaced by Gemshorn. Twelfth and Fifteenth discarded. Three-rank Cornet split into Nazard, Octavin, and Tierce.

Pedal: Double Open Diapason (metal) replaced by Double Open Bass (wood). Contra Basso made of metal, instead of wood. Seventeenth, Nineteenth, and Twenty-Second added. Reeds arranged 32-16 and 16-8, instead of 32-16-8 and 16.
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