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Our trio of Liverpool "Organs of the Month" ends with the mighty Walker instrument in the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Christ the King, which has over 4500 pipes including a devastating en chamade Orchestral Trumpet with polished bells.
Cathedral architect Sir Frederick Gibberd designed the striking front of the organ, influenced by new organs at Coventry Cathedral & the Royal Festival Hall, using both zinc and wooden pipes to contrast with the concrete pillars that surround it.