Bernard Smith (?) ca. 1693, 13 stops
English oldest organ.
The instrument is one of the earliest British organs surviving in near original condition.
Although some markings on the pipes, reed shallots, soundboard, and rollerboards resemble the script used by Bernard Smith, other elements show influence of another prominent English organ builder, Renatus Harris,
(From website Sonus Paradisi)
Henry Heron (18th century)
Voluntary in G (Allegro)
A piece for a two manual instrument.
In the score are indications for manual changes; whether these are from the composer or the editor is not clear.
Charles Wesley (1757-1834)
Played accordingly to the manual changes in the score.