ORGANISTS of SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL

The earliest record in Ireland of a salaried organist is that of William Herbit, who, in 1506, was appointed "pulsator organorum" of Saint Patrick's Cathedral, with the magnificent stipend of £3 6s. 8d. a year. Since then a succesion of Organists, Masters of the Song & Masters of the Choristers have upheld our ancient musical tradition.

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Organist & Master of Choristers • Stuart Nicholson
Assistant Organist • David Leigh
Organ Scholar • Martina Smyth
Previous Organists

SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL ORGAN

We are privileged to have one of the finest late romantic cathedral organs in the world, and are grateful to the Dean and Chapter for their ongoing commitment to keep the organ at the peak of health.

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A brief history by David Leigh
Organ Specification