Some H&H Organs
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Bristol, St Mary Redcliffe IV/71 1912, 1947*
Cambridge, King’s College IV/79 1934, 1968, 2016
Charterhouse School III/3 1927, 1979
Coventry Cathedral IV/74 1962
Croydon, Fairfield Halls III/41 1964
Croydon Parish Church (Hill 1869) IV/58 1969*
Dumfries, St John’s Church IV/37 1938/2008
Dundee, Caird Hall III/50 (pneumatic restoration) 1923, 1992
Durham Cathedral (Willis 1877) IV/98 1905/35,1970*
Durham, Hatfield College II/16 1883, 2001
Edinburgh, St Mary’s Cathedral (Willis 1879)  IV/58 1931/59*
Egham, Royal Holloway Chapel III/42 1978
Ely Cathedral IV/80 1908, 1975, 2000
Exeter Cathedral (Willis 1891) IV/69 1933, 1965, 2014
Gosforth, All Saints III/37 (pneumatic restoration) 1929, 1994
Harrow School Speech Room IV/72 1955*
Hereford Cathedral (Willis 1892) IV/67 1978*
Leicester Cathedral IV/50 1930, 2003
Lincoln Cathedral (Willis 1898) IV/64 1960*
London, All Hallows’ by the Tower III/44 1957
London, All Souls, Langham Place IV/74 1976*
London, All Saints, Margaret Street IV/63 1910, 1957, 2002
London, St James, Muswell Hill III/55 1955, 2011
London, Royal Festival Hall IV/103 (partly reinstalled) 1954/2013
London, St Clement Danes’ Church III/38 1958*
London, Swedish Church, Harcourt Street II/20 1976
London, Temple Church (built for Glen Tanar: 1924) IV/62 1954, 2013
London, All Saints, Tooting Graveney III/41 1907*
London, Westminster Abbey V/110 1937, 1987
Manchester Cathedral IV/91 1957
Newcastle upon Tyne, St Thomas IV/62 1961
Oxford, Balliol College Chapel III/24 1938*
Repton School III/35 1929*
Ripon Cathedral (Lewis 1878), 2nd console 2000 IV/59 1926, 1963*
St Albans Cathedral IV/63 1962, 2009
St Andrews, Holy Trinity (Willis 1909) III/53 1966, 1974, 2008
Wellington College III/40 19,211,981
Wells Cathedral IV/67 1910, 1973*
Winchester Cathedral (Willis 1854/97) IV/79 1938, 1988
Windsor Castle, St George’s Chapel IV/72 1965*
Woodham Parish Church, Surrey III/23 1928, 1991
Nigeria, St John’s Church, Aroloya, Lagos, III/48 1985
Nigeria, St Paul’s, Breadfruit, Lagos  III/49 1965
NZ, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland III/64 1968
Japan, Holy Trinity Church, Tokyo     II/13 1980,1992

Mechanical

Electro-pneumatic

Some organs rebuilt or restored since 1985

  • Armley, St Bartholomew  (2004:  restoration of 1869 Schulze organ, pneumatic action IV/57)
  • Australia, St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne (1990: restoration of 1890 Lewis organ, IV/53)
  • Australia, St Peter’s Cathedral, Adelaide (Wm Hill & Son, Norman & Beard 1929) (4 manuals, 53 stops) 
    Restored 2018
  • Cambridge, Emmanuel United Reformed Church  (1992: Willis 1880, restoration with re-creation of tracker action, II/23)
  • Cambridge, Queens’ College (2002: restoration of organ by J.J. Binns 1892, III/32)
  • Cullercoats, Newcastle upon Tyne, St George’s Church (1987: restoration of 1885 Lewis organ, II/26)
  • Edinburgh, Morningside Parish Church (2004: restoration of Willis 1901/Rushworth & Dreaper 1929, III/33)
  • Edinburgh, Usher Hall (2003: restoration of 1914 Norman & Beard organ, IV/63)
  • Eire, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin (1995: Willis 1902, IV/65)
  • Glasgow Cathedral (1996: complete reconstruction of 1879 Willis organ, IV/69)
  • Glasgow, Cottier Theatre (formerly Dowanhill Parish Church)
    (2007-12: Willis 1876; restoration, recreation of Barker machine, III/31)
  • Horsham, Holy Trinity Church (2001: restoration of 1904 Willis organ, II/17)
  • Inverness, St John’s Church ( 1993: restoration of organ by Bruce 1840/Wadsworth 1889, II/13)
  • Lichfield Cathedral (2000: reconstruction of 1884/1908 Hill organ, IV/82)
  • London, Hampton Court Palace, The Chapel Royal (2013: Hill 1899, new actions and restoration of tonal scheme, III/33)
  • London, Freemasons’ Hall, The Grand Temple (2015: restoration and enlargement of 1933 Willis organ, III/50)
  • London, St John’s Church, Upper Norwood (1999: restoration of 1882 Lewis organ, III/36)
  • London, St Margaret’s Church, Lee (1999: restoration of 1928 Walker organ, III/43)
  • London, St Mary’s Church, Primrose Hill (2012: restoration of  1872 Hill organ, III/36)
  • London, Southwark Cathedral (1991: restoration of 1897 Lewis organ, IV/61)
  • London , Union Chapel, Islington (2013: restoration of 1877 Willis organ, III/37)
  • London, Westminster Cathedral
    Grand Organ (1984/96: Willis 1922-32, IV/78)
    Apse Organ (1984: Lewis 1906, II/38)
  • Nottingham, Albert Hall (1993: restoration of 1909 Binns organ, pneumatic action, IV/59)
  • Oxford, Worcester College (2005: restoration and enlargement of 1865 Nicholson organ, II/19)
  • Oxford, Wadham College (2015: restoration of 1862 Willis organ, II/18)
  • Paisley Abbey (2010: rebuild of 1968 Walker organ, IV/67)
  • Penarth, St Augustine’s Church (2000: restoration of organ by Hill 1895/HNB 1966, III/33)
  • Peterborough Cathedral (1981/2004: Hill 1868 and 1894, IV/86)
  • Reading, St Giles-in-Reading (1998: Walker 1867; restoration, re-creation of tracker action, III/33)
  • Reading Town Hall (1999: restoration of 1864/1882 Willis organ, IV/37)
  • Rock, Northumberland, St Philip and St James (2003: restoration of 18888 organ by Gray & Davison, III/21)
  • Ryton Parish Church, Newcastle upon Tyne (1989: Lewis 1886, restoration with re-creation of tracker action, II/14)
  • Salisbury Cathedral (1978/93: restoration of 1877 Willis organ, IV/65)
  • Shrewsbury, St Chad’s Church (2011: restoration of 1904 Norman & Beard organ, III/35)
  • Southwark Cathedral  (1991: restoration of 1897 Lewis organ, IV/61)
  • Studley Royal, St Mary’s Church (1980: restoration of 1875 Lewis organ, II/17)
  • Australia, St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne (1990 restoration of 1890 Lewis organ, IV/53)
  • Eire, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin (1995: Willis 1902, IV/65)
  • Sweden, Västerås Cathedral (1998: Åkerman & Lund 1898, restoration and enlargement, IV/68)
  • Sweden, Stockholm City Hall (2008: complete reconstruction of 1925 Walcker organ, V/135)

H&H Worldwide

Harrison & Harrison have long been international organ builders – an organ for Lagos, Nigeria in 1907 was one of our earliest overseas contracts (unfortunately it sank in transit and had to be replaced).
Over the years we have had many successful organ building ventures in five continents.  Here is a selection.

USA

Rest of the World