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Tagged With: Casson; Victorian church organs

The King of Instruments

Do you know your diapason from your dulcet treble?  Would you recommend unisonal duplication of manual stops and couplers?  Do you approve of Robert Hope-Jones’s innovations?  To whom would you attribute the introduction of the ‘Melody attachment’? My great-grandfather, Thomas Casson, designed church organs at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th … Continue reading »

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