The Organs of Emmanuel are by Henry Willis and Sons Ltd. There are two instruments, playable from one console. The West end instrument, Henry Willis 3, was originally built for the Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist, Kensington. It was removed in the 1980s and finally installed at Emmanuel in 1999. The Apse Organ (at the east end) instrument was build in 2001 and is a 72-note chest so that maximum colour is available within the small space available. The instrument was officially opened during 2002. The east end division is designed to accompany the traditional repertoire of English Church music. The organ console was originally that of the Crypt Chapel of St. Paul's Cathedral.
These instruments replaced an earlier organ, by Kingsgate Davison which, installed in 1947, had become unreliable and inadequate for the music needs of the church. With only a west end instrument the accompaniment of the two choirs was far from satisfactory.
The organs are used regularly for choral servces, concerts, recitals, and teaching.
West End: Willis III (1932)
|Double Open Diapson 16||Quintaten 16||Violoncello 8||Sub Bass 32|
|Open Diapason No. 1 8||Geigen Diapason 8||Orchestral Flute 8||Open Wood 16|
|Open Diapason No. 2 8||Stopped Diapason 8||Dulciana 8||Open Diapason 16|
|Claribel Flute 8||Aeoline 8||Vox Angelica 8||Bourdon 16|
|Principal 4||Voix Celestes 8||Concert Flute 4||Quintaten 16|
|Flute Ouverte 4||Octave Geigen 4||Nazard 22/3||Viola 8|
|Twelfth 22/3||Flute Triangulaire 4||Flageolet 2||Flute 8|
|Fifteenth 2||Mixture III||Tierce 13/5||Super Octave 4|
|Harmonics III||Waldhorn 16||Clarinet 8||Octave Flute 4|
|Tuba 8 (from Choir)||Vox Humana 8||Cor Anglais 8||Waldhorn 16|
|Swell to Great||Oboe 8||Tuba 8 (unenclosed)||Trombone 16|
|Swell to Great Octave||Trumpet 8||Tremelo||Contra Bombarde 32|
|Swell to Great Sub Octave||Clarion 4||Choir Octave||Swell to Pedal|
|Choir to Great||Tremelo||Choir Sub Octave||Choir to Pedal|
|Choir to Great Octave||Swell Octave||Choir Unison Off||Great to Pedal|
|Choir to Great Sub Octave||Swell Sub Octave||Swell to Choir||Gt & Ped Comb. Coupled|
|Swell Unison Off||Swell to Choir Octave||Swell to Choir Sub Octave|
|Open Diapason 8||Rohr Flute 8||Bourdon 16|
|Stopped Diapason 8||Salicional 8||Bass Flute 8|
|Principal 4||Voix Celestes 8||Swell to Pedal|
|Great Octave||Gemshorn 4||Great to Pedal|
|Contra Oboe 16|
|Swell to Great|
|Swell Sub Octave|
6 pistons to each west end division
3 pistons to each east end division
6 general pistons
255 memory channels
Sequencer available on all memory levels (pistons on RH side of choir and reversible pedal pistons (Gt to Ped/ Sw to Gt) if stop tab Seq. on Pedal pistons is drawn)
West West East
Swell Choir Swell
Apse Organ has 72-note chest, therefore a real octave coupler
Tuba on Choir with Choir sub Octave allows the 16’ reed to play to CCC.
There are 3042 pipes, 692 being in the Apse Organ.