Sample Specifications

Copeman Hart organs are all custom built to meet and ideally exceed all the desires of our customers. As such there is no such thing as a ‘standard’ specification. However, you will find here some typical examples which we hope you will find appealing.
Two Manual
Two Manual
Small two manual instruments are the most common organs to be found in churches all over the country. Our example of a two manual instrument is that built for the church of St Therese, in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. This instrument has 36 speaking stops, providing a very comprehensive specification.
Three Manual
Three Manual
For the larger parish church, a three manual organ is perhaps the answer to parish needs. Not only will it prove to be an excellent ‘hymn machine’ but will also provide a skilful organist with a tremendous palate of sound to work with. The instrument at St Mary’s Parish Church, Barnard Castle with 57 speaking stops is an excellent example.
Four Manual
Four Manual
Our four manual example instrument, suitable to grace the largest buildings such as a cathedral comes from Dulwich College in London which has 59 speaking stops spread over five divisions, three of which are enclosed.
Quality Comes as Standard
All our instruments come with a full range of couplers, thumb pistons, toe studs, multiple piston memories, quality keyboards etc., exactly as you would expect to find on a pipe organ. You won't find any gimmicks here, but rather an instrument where you can simply sit down and play.