The Britson Organ

The Britson Organ

The Irene Hansen Memorial Organ

The Britson Organ

It is a three-manual digital instrument of 55 stops, built by the Johannus Company in the Netherlands, but designed for the American market by Britson Organworks of Sumner, WA. The Britson organ uses digital recordings (samples) of pipes made by distinguished American organ builders, which many American customers prefer over the European pipe recordings, used in standard Johannus organs. However, the European pipe samples are retained in the Britson organ as an alternative set of 55 stops that can be selected by a switch.

Please contact us at St. Andrew's Anglican Church if you have any questions.