Organs and Tuning, A Practical Handbook for Organists: Being a Treatise on the Construction, Mechanism, and Fine Tuning of the Instrument. To which is appended an account of the latest development of Electro-pneumatic and Tubular-penumatic actions. -
1894 - Weekes & Co., London - First Edition
Elliston was organist of St. Gregory’s in Sudbury. This appears to be a late issue, as adverts contain selections from reviews extolling Elliston’s work.
An important book, widely quoted and utilised by contemporary and later organ makers and organists, with second and third editions published in 1895. Elliston was also active in proposing and developing improvements to the instrument, as can be seen in the letter sent to the Musical Times of April 1, 1879 - assuming of course that it is not the obvious.