All Saint's Church Warlingham Surrey
The William Hill Organ and Recitals

William Hill Organ

William Hill Organ stops at nothing

Organ Recitals 2023

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The recitals commence at 6pm on SUNDAYS and are followed by refreshments in the vestry.

Entry is free however there is a retiring collection for Christian Aid.

The William Hill Organ

The firm of William Hill existed from about 1832 to 1916. William Hill (1789 – 1871) was one of the most famous Victorian organ builders. The organ in All Saints was built when Hill’s grandson, Dr Arthur George Hill, MA, LittD, FSA (1857 – 1923) was head of the firm. He was noted for noble and well-designed organ cases. The casework at All Saints has fine pipe shades, though the pipe shade on the bass side, regrettably, has been lost. There is still a slot at the side of the organ where the hand pump lever was, with little wheels for the ‘tell-tale’ to indicate the amount of wind (air) left in the bellows. When the organ was installed in All Saints a panel from the Sanctuary was used at the rear of the instrument, with the original brass plaque. The organ was a wide use beyond its liturgical function. Recitals and concerts are held regularly during the summer season and the instrument is greatly appreciated by the parishioners. A booklet on the history of the organ is available at the church, price £1

History of Music at All Saints'

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