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Chamber organ, National Museum Cardiff

Some museum objects are so large they cannot be moved. You might be expect to find an organ in a chapel, church or cathedral, but the National Museum in Cardiff has one right in the middle of the gallery.

And they use it too.

Watkins Williams-Wynne’s chamber organ, built by John Snetzler and designed by neo-classical architect Robert Adam (1728–92), is being played this week as part of a free concert.

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