Bunny St Mary


The organ The organ

The organ was bought in 1905. It cost £252 which was raised by subscription. Mrs Cordeax had it properly built, enlarged and placed on the south side of the chancel.

On the east side of the organ are two brass plates with the following inscriptions:

This organ was rebuilt and enlarged AD 1916
to the glory of God and in loving memory of
Robert Harry Cordeax of Bunny Park who
Entered into rest August 18th 1915 aged 51 years
and his only son Edward Henry Noble Cordeaux
Lieut 7th Sherwood Foresters who fell in action
Near Ypres September 30th 1915 aged 19 years
Electric blower of this organ was installed

Organ Specification (2006)

Pedal   Bourdon   16'    
    Bass Flute   8'    
Great   Open Diapason   8'    
    Stop Diapason   8' ) Common Bass
    Dulciana   8' )
    Principal   4'    
    Flute   4'    
    Fifteenth   2'    
    Mixture   3 ranks    
Swell   Open Diapason   8'    
    Rohr Flute   8' ) Common Bass
    Echo Gamba   8' )
    Principal   4'    
    Fifteenth   2'    
    Mixture   2 ranks    
    Horn   8'    
Couplers   Swell to Great        
    Great to Pedal        
    Swell to Pedal        
Pistons   3 Toe pistons, Great & Pedal
    3 Toe pistons, Swell

Builders: Walker 1909.
Reconstructed by: C Lloyd & Co, Nottingham, 1916.
Overhauled and alterations: A Herrod, 1994.

Balanced Swell Pedal.
Straight concave Pedalboard.
Electric Blower.

Electro-pneumatic action to Pedal.
Electro-pneumatic action to stops.

Pneumatic action to manuals.

Pedal compass: CCC-E - 29 notes.

Manual compass: CC-G - 56 notes.