Photo of exterior of St Barnabas' Chapel, Norfolk Island

Chapel Roof Replacement Leaves 1876 Willis Organ Full of Dust

St Barnabas’ Chapel, Norfolk IslandThe 1876 Henry ‘Father’ Willis pipe organ which we carried out restoration work on in 2002, is to be cleaned throughout. This was made necessary after the chapel roof was completely replaced and distributed a large amount of dust within the building and organ. Specifications

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Photo of organ for St Joseph's Chelsea

1906 Frederick Taylor Organ to be Relocated from Brunswick to Chelsea

St Joseph’s Catholic Church, ChelseaAs mentioned in our March update, we have been awarded the contract to relocate the organ currently in Brunswick Uniting Church to St Joseph’s Catholic Church, Chelsea. The instrument will be refurbished prior to installation and include the installation of several new stops and a new solid state control system. Originally […]

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From Brunswick to Chelsea

Brunswick Uniting Church & St Joseph’s Catholic Church, ChelseaWakeley Pipe Organs has been awarded the contract for the removal of the Taylor organ from Brunswick Uniting Church and its relocation to St Joseph’s Chelsea.

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Knud Smenge Chamber Organ to be Completed by Wakeley Pipe Organs

Community of the Transfiguration, TeesdaleWork has commenced on the commissioned chamber organ for the Baptist Community of the Transfiguration in Teesdale. The organ was an unfinished instrument by Knud Smenge of Healesville, and will be completed and customised for the monastery by Wakeley Pipe Organs.

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Photo of 1885 George Fincham Organ before restoration and relocation to St Carthage's Parkville

Hand blowing Feeders, Cone Tuning and Oak Grained Casework all Preserved for 1885 Fincham Organ

The 1885 George Fincham Organ before restoration and relocation to St Carthage’s Parkville St Carthage’s Catholic Church, Parkville Work continues on the restoration of the historic 1885 George Fincham organ, formerly in Williamstown Congregational Church. The organ is in largely original condition and retains its hand blowing feeders and cone tuning. The oak grained casework […]

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Scots’ Church Organ set for China

Gulangyu Organ Museum, Xiamen, ChinaThe organ formerly in Scots’ Church, Melbourne is currently being rebuilt and reconfigured for installation in the museum to complement the 1909 Norman & Beard organ our firm installed in 2004. The instrument will comprise of 4 manuals and 62 stops (60 ranks).

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Slider Windchests Recontructed on Significant Adelaide Hill Organ

Barossa Regional Arts Centre, Tanunda, South AustraliaWork has now been completed on the reconstruction and refurbishment of all the slider windchests from the former Adelaide Town Hall 1875 William Hill & Son organ currently being restored and installed in the Barossa Regional Arts Centre, Tanunda, South Australia. This work included the installation of new tables […]

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