organ screen


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organ screen

n
(Architecture) a wooden or stone screen that supports the organ in a cathedral or church and divides the choir from the nave
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All stand as she and her father are led to the Organ Screen, where they are joined by the bridegroom and best man.
A high level of craftsmanship, in details such as the font and carved oak organ screen, add to the historical significance of the building.
The organ screen in the stables was possibly designed by Thomas Chippendale and came from the Earl of Harewood's sale at Harewood House, Yorkshire in 1988.
All remain standing as the Ecclesiastical Procession leaves by way of the Organ Screen and the North Quire Aisle.