The Brindley and Foster Organ was specifically designed for Grand Lodge and installed in Grand Hall in 1912. It has recently been refurbished to coincide with the 275th anniversary of the Grand Lodge of Scotland also the 100th anniversary of the completion of Freemasons' Hall, and now sounds as good as it did when first built.
As well as seeing and hearing the organ being played the video contains an interview with the two specialists who undertook the restoration work.
In all an interesting video on an unusual organ in the heart of Edinburgh. Rather than reveal too much here we suggest that you have a look at the YouTube video. It is approximately eight minutes long. To view the video click here or on previous links.