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Some of our "work in progress" during 2012.

June 2012 - Installation of casework at St Brannock's Braunton.

We've been given a three week wedding-free window in which to install the casework. Unfortunately this starts with two bank-holidays, however by the end of the second week much of the casework is installed and the pipework from the great organ (which has been removed for cleaning) can go back in. Then the new polished zinc facade pipes can be put in place and the scaffolding brought down.

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May 2012 - More from St Brannock's Braunton - New Organ Casework.

Progress on the casework is continuing apace. With the start of the installation now only two weeks away we're erecting the case in the workshop. Booth's pipework has been collected and is now stored safely in the church.

The case will be installed in June 2012.

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April 2012 - St Brannock's Braunton - New Organ Casework.

The organ at St Brannocks was damaged by fire in 2003. We're pleased that, nearly ten years later, we've been commissioned by the church to build a new case, incorporating the bottom 19 notes of the Great Diapason (plus 2 dummies for those who are counting).

The new pipes are being supplied by Booths and we're working on the organ in conjunction with Michael Farley.

The case will be installed in June 2012.

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Machining of the pipe-shades can be seen here:

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February 2012 - An unusual commission. For a private client.

An organ console designed to be used as a computer controller for a 'Virtual Pipe Organ'. Influenced by the work that we carried out for Michael Farley at St Peter's Plymouth.

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