Great (56 keys-low C to high g3)

8' Open Diapason
8' Stop Diap. & Clarabella
8' Dulciana
4' Principal
4' Harmonic Flute
2' Fifteenth The Great Fifteenth replaced a Gamba, probably as a part of Michael Farley’s work in 1992 (c.). However, the Gamba drawstop was at the head of the department in 1975 (c.), as if it may have been a Fifteenth at some earlier date

Swell (enclosed, 56 keys-low C to high g3)

8' Open Diapason
8' Lieblich Gedact
8' Salicional
8' Voix Celestes TC
4' Gemshorn
8' Hautboy

Pedal (30 keys-low C to high f1)

16' Bourdon


Swell to Great
Swell octave to Great
Great suboctave
Great to Pedals
Swell to Pedals


2 composition pedals to Swell
2 composition pedals to Great
Central balanced Swell Pedal

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Post Office Box 231127
Charlestown, MA 02123

"An Older Young"

We are happy to offer a colorful nineteenth-century instrument built in Great Britain by Alex Young and restored in 1992 by Michael Farley. The specification shows strong similarity with nineteenth-century American organbuilders, and the stately case will grace an American church.



Additional Details:

Console-attached; tracker action Stop type-Drawstops; straight stop jambs Pedalboard-Straight Concave Blower-Electric

Pertinent Details

Young/restored Farley (1992)
Date: 1884
Approximate location:
Somerset, Chard (UK)
Asking price:
USD 10,000.00
Height: 15.08 ft.
Width: 11.42 ft.
Depth: 10 ft.
Depth measurement is to the front of the pedalboard