| Peter Griffiths Organ
Field Head Farm, Outgate, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 0PY. England.
Tel/Fax. +44 (0) 15394 36609
|Peter Griffiths started building organs in the early 1970s. His first
instrument being an 89 key, which was started in the sixth form at school.
Since then he has worked part time on organ building, eventually working
full time from 1991.
The smallest organ produced is a Hand Turned 36 key organ (40 key with automatic
registers). These are produced with brass edged black wooden cases. Gold
leaf lettering used for embellishment. The organs run on 8 inches of wind
pressure, and so a small 12 or 24 volt blower is incorporated to supply the
wind, with the music being wound through by hand.
|Pipe work generally 'Dutch' sounding with 2 ranks bourdons, and violins.
There is just room in the case to add an extra violin rank and harmonic flutes
These are fairly loud organs for outdoor use.
If required these organs can be fitted with a MIDI disc system as an alternative
to the keyframe.
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