pipedreams wrote:The newly painted St Mary's Parish Church Youghal Organ Case.
(not sure of the colour scheme used... )
Praxiteles wrote:It is just awful and goes to demonstrate the all pervading influence of Barny on the public psyche!
Praxiteles wrote:Is it possible that the Heritage Officer for County Cork agreed to have this carried out on the 1857 organ?
samuel j wrote:It now has that MDF feel of something from BBCs "Changing Rooms" and the mind of Laurence Llewlyn-Bowen
..............awful....... or would look better in Perks Funfair in Youghal
Archiseek Editors wrote:What is the local reaction to the lilac organ?
ake wrote:beautiful. Looks like Newry is tolerably well kept.
The Georgian Organs of Anglican Dublin;St.Michan's
Fearg wrote:Here is Killarney - does anyone have a photo of the case before it was divided?
Probably one of the smallest cathedral organs in ireland (only 2 manuals) in one of the largest cathedrals!
Praxiteles wrote:The Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady, Tuam, Co. Galway
Here is the organ case, but I would not be certain that there is anything in it.
Fearg wrote:Recent shot of the case in St Saviour's Dublin. Instrument appears to be in very poor condition - many of the facade pipes are damaged and there are odd bits and pieces of organ innards sitting in one of the side galleries.. does anyone know if this organ is still playable?