Sample set makers please watch this video...! We NEED that Baroque (or at least Georgian) English sample set. The video suggests two possibilities, one featured in the video itself, the other mentioned in the video description. Also good would be a late Georgian instrument still very much in the 18th-c. tradition, such as the 1829 Bishop organ at St. James Bermondsey (29/iii+P, http://www.npor.org.uk/NPORView.html?RI=E00811
), which would be almost as good as the Bridge organ shown in the video, or the 1837 Allen organ at Everingham (17/ii+P, http://www.npor.org.uk/NPORView.html?RI=N14981
), These would be preferable in my opinion to a composite set, especially a dry one. In addition to the instruments named above there ARE actually quite a few one- or even two-manual 18th-c. instruments that would also offer interesting possibilities, but I won´t make a long list here. Let me only mention the 1720s two-manual Jordan organ now at St George´s Southall (http://www.stgeorgesouthall.org/abrahamjordanorgan.htm
-- if you want to know what a Baroque English trumpet voluntary, complete with echo trumpet, REALLY sounded like do go to the trouble to download the Stanley piece offered there). To the best of my knowledge all organs mentioned are in excellent condition.