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Musical Instruments

St Saviour's houses two fine keyboard instruments: the recently restored 1870 Hill organ and a newly reconditioned Yamaha C3 grand piano.

Click on the panel to see a slideshow of the various instruments.


1870 William Hill Organ

In 1870 the renowned English organ builder William Hill built a three-manual pipe organ for St Saviour's Church. One of the finest organ builders of the Victorian era, the greatest examples of Hill's work include the organs of Birmingham Town Hall, Sydney Town Hall, Eton College Chapel and Norwich Cathedral.

For many years the organ at St Saviour's became unplayable. Thanks to some generous donations it received a full restoration by Bishop & Son Organ Builders which was completed in 2021.


We welcome queries from those wishing to have recitals or rehearsals and from those looking for somewhere to practise. If interested please contact the Parish Office.


Choir: C – g3

Gedact 8

Dulciana 8

Gemshorn 4

Suabe Flute 4

Clarinet 8 (TC).

Great: C – g3

Open Diapason 8

Stopped Diapason 8

Principal 4

Spitzflute 4

Fifteenth 2

Mixture III (17.19.22)

Trumpet 8

Swell: C – g3

Bourdon 16

Open Diapason 8

Stopped Diapason 8

Dulciana 8

Gamba 8

Voix Celeste 8

Principal 4

Fifteenth 2

Oboe 8

Cornopean 8

Octave, Unison Off, Sub-Octave

Pedal: C – f1

Open Diapason 16

Bourdon 16

Principal 8


SW-GT, CH-GT, SW-CH, GT-Ped, CH-Ped, SW-Ped

Yamaha Grand Piano

The Yamaha C3-model grand piano came to St Saviour's in 2019, following reconditioning work that restored it to 'good as new'. It is tuned regularly, and features extensively in the Pimlico Lunchtime Concerts series.

The piano has a particularly mellow sound that suits it for vocal accompaniment and chamber music. The curved wooden ceiling of St Saviour's offers an ideal acoustic for concerts and recordings.

The piano can easily be moved around the front of the church, allowing it to be part of any kind of ensemble.

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