The De Montfort Hall organ was built and installed in Leicester in 1914
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Rare Leicester concert organ celebrates centenary

A concert organ in Leicester that was donated to De Montfort Hall by an industrialist is marking its 100th anniversary.

The organ, which has 6,000 pipes and is worth an estimated £5m, is believed to be one of the last of its kind in the world.

Geeta Pendse spoke to caretaker Mick Brown who is responsible for keeping it in good condition.

  • 05 Mar 2014