Yesterday, the bradford Organists' association meeting took the form of an organ recital by Martin Baker, organist of the host church, St Oswald, Guiseley. The organ is by Harrison - sse http://www.npor.org.uk/cgi-bin/Rsearch.cgi?Fn=Rsearch&rec_index=E01229
There was an "open console" session following the recital.
Despite an apparent lack of stops, this is one of those rare organs where drawing virtually any 2 stops makes a musical - and useable - sound. Also, with a little lateral thinking, it's even more versatile than at first glance. One example - I played the Bach Chorale Prelude "O Mensch bewien die Sunde Gross) (apologies for my non-existent German!) The Swell Cornopean, with box closed right down, makes a substitute for an Oboe - and was balanced by Choir flutes 8&4 or the Gt 8ft flute. Not many organs have such effective swells. In another Bach CP I used the choir flutes again, plus the swell Octave Gamba to give the effect of quiet upperwork. As always, the stop list doesn't give the whole story.