Dr John Rowntree of the Organ Advisory Group (Society of St. Gregory), as consultant, established the requirements and design of the organ which was built by the firm of Schumacher of Europe in Belgium. The organ has two manuals and pedals, mechanical key and stop action and 16 stops. The case is of ash, in keeping with the furnishings of the cathedral , and its asymmectric form relates to its location off the central axis of the buildings and to the internal roof lines.
The stop list is:
|Open Diapason 8′||Stopped Diapason 8′||Bourdon 16′||Great to Peadle|
|Chimney Flute 8′||Salicional 8′||Open Flute 8′||Choir to Pedal|
|Principal 4′||Chimney Flute 4′||Bassoon 16′||Choir to Great|
|Nazard 2.66′||Principal 2′|
|Fifteenth 2′||Sesquialtera II|