The Harrison Organ of All Saints Church, Tooting

The Organ which sits in the corner of the cathedral-like church of All Saints in Tooting, South London is a Harrison and Harrison instrument built in 1906. It is one of the finest untouched examples of the builders work in the country. It is also one of the most magnificent organs in the country and, together with the churches generous acoustic is a joy to both play and hear. What makes this organ special is that it has not been tonally altered since it was installed in the church over 100 years ago. The sound is unashamedly romantic on a monumental scale, but the organ

also possess a beautiful palette of subtle and quiet registers. There are regular open days where you will be able to come and play this magnificent instrument or listen while other organists do. Details of the open days can be found on the events section of this site. The church is currently raising money to begin the work on renewing the leather and putting right a few problems which come with age and much regular use. Details of this are also on the web site. So do stay for a while and look around. We hope you fill find something interesting!

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