The Frobenius Organ in All Saints
All Saints possesses a fine three manual, 39 speaking stop Frobenius organ, built in 1988. Key action is mechanical and stop action electric. It was originally placed centrally in the north aisle but during the recent refurbishment it was moved further east, thus enabling a better balance with the choir. At the same time it underwent a thorough cleaning and upgrade of the operating systems. There are now 999 channels of general pistons with stepper and 25 channels of divisionals. This work was undertaken by Mander Organs, who now maintain and tune the instrument.
It is a versatile instrument, able to cope with most periods of the repertoire in recital as well as fulfilling its vital roles of accompanying the choir and leading the congregation.