The Queen's College Crest

The Queen’s College

University of Oxford


Completed in 1965, the organ of The Queen’s College, Oxford, was built by the Danish firm of Frobenius in consultation with the then Organist of the College, James Dalton. It stands in the West gallery of the college chapel. The case was designed by Fin Ditlevsen.The instrument is one of the most notable in the country. It is used for weekly recitals during term time, as well as for services, concerts, recordings, and broadcasts. For a video about the organ and a recent CD recording of Bach by Robert Quinney on the Coro label click here.

Great Brustpositive (enclosed)
Gedeckt 16’ Gedeckt 8’
Principal 8’ Principal 4’
Rohrflute 8’ Rohrflute 4’
Octave 4’ Gemshorn 2’
Octave 2’ Quint 1 1/3’
Sesquialtera II Scharf III
Mixture IV Cromhorne 8’
Trumpet 8’ Tremulant
Pedal Couplers
Subbass 16’ B/P
Principal 8’ G/P
Gedackt 8’ B/G
Octave 4’
Mixture III
Fagot 16’
Schalmei 4’