Looking up towards the organ loft on the west wall you will see the organ standing centrally in the West gallery, located in the blocked arch between the nave and the choir,. It was installed as part of the restoration funded by Sir Donald Currie.
Built by Bevington of London in 1908, the organ has two manuals, a full pedal board and sixteen stops. The instrument has been modified several times, most recently by Sandy Edmonstone of Perth in 1988 and 2002.
As you listen to the beautiful organ music, please look at the board to the right of the vestry door which lists all the abbots, bishops and ministers who have led worship in this sacred place for centuries.
You can find the next talk as you walk down the central aisle of the Cathedral.