The Organ was built by Bevington of London in 1908 and stands centrally in the West gallery. It has two manuals, pedals and sixteen stops. The instrument has been modified several times, most recently by Sandy Edmonstone of Perth in 1988 and 2002.
The Choir, a volunteer group from the parish, sings from the organ gallery. Each Sunday, as well as leading the hymns, the choir sings an introit, anthem and recessional. A selection of this repertoire is included in a CD entitled "The Bells, Choir and Organ of Dunked Cathedral.". The CD, costing £10, can be purchased by contacting the Session Clerk.
The lists of hymns, readings and organ music are suggestions and are not intended to restrict your choice.
(124) Praise to The Lord, the Almighty, the King of Creation
(160) Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven
(166) Lord of all Hopefulness
(181) For the Beauty of the Earth
(182) Now Thank We all our God
(184) Sing to the Lord a joyful song
Song of Songs 2:10-13 & 8:6-7
1 Corinthians 13:1-8a & 13
1 John 4:7-13 & 16b-19
Occasionally concerts for all musical tastes are arranged in the Cathedral.