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In churches, cathedrals, town halls and even department stores, the 'King of Instruments' can produce a huge variety of sounds and inspire a wide range of music. Here are a few fine examples.
Installed in 1954, the Royal Festival Hall’s magnificent Harrison & Harrison organ is a 7,866 pipe instrument that forms the centre piece of the auditorium. There is no comparable concert instrument in London, constructed in this neo-classical style. Its innovative design and construction principles gave rise to the English Organ Reform Movement.
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