ST GILES' CATHEDRAL, EDINBURGH

Pedal
Glocken
Clarion 4
Posaune 8
Fagotto 16
Bombarde 16
Bombarde 32
Mixture V
Flute 4
Choral Bass 4
Gedeckt 8
Octave 8
Sub Bass 16
Open Wood 16
Princiapl 16
Untersatz 32
Swell to Pedal
Great to Pedal
Positive to Pedal
Positive (unenclosed)
Tremulant
Cromorne 8
Rankett 16
Mixture IV
Larigot 11/3
Sesquialeta II
Recorder 2
Octave 2
Chimney Flute 4
Principal 4
Salicional 8
Gedeckt 8
Swell to Positive
Great
Trumpet 4
Trumpet 8
Trumpet 16
Mixture IV
Mixture VI
Superoctave 2
Quint 22/3
Nachthorn 4
Octave 4
Harmonic Flute 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Principal 8
Bourdon 16
Swell to Great
Positive to Great
Swell (enclosed)
Tremulant
Glocken
Clarion 4
Voix Humaine 8
Hautbois 8
Trompette 8
Basson 16
Plein Jeu VI-VIII
Sifflet 1
Tierce 13/5
Quarte de Nazard 2
Nazard 22/3
Flute Pointue 4
Prestant 4
Voix Celeste 8
Gambe 8
Flute a Cheminee 8
Souffle 8
Diapason 8
Bourdon 16
Built, in 1992, by the Austrian firm of Rieger Orgelbau, in consultation with Herrick Bunney and Peter Hurford. The instrument has mechanical action and was completely new, except for the 16' Open Wood and the 32' Bombarde from the previous organ (Willis III, 1940). Also, the lowest seven pipes of the old Double Open Wood form the bass of the Untersatz. The Glocken is a ring of 37 Whitechapel handbells, located at the top of the case.