St Michael and All Angels Church in Southfields, London contains another excellent example of the work Compton did at rebuilding instruments by other builders.

The organ was first built in 1893 by Brindley and Foster of Sheffield for Holy Trinity Church in Roehampton. Around six years later, it was purchased and installed here. In 1931, the organ was completely rebuilt by Compton for £1200 plus an extra £300 for a blowing plant. The work included the installation of electric action, detached stopkey console and a Clarinet stop. In 1989 the organ was cleaned and overahuled by Kenneth James.

The specification reads: 

Sub Bass 32' 
Open Bass 16' 
Bourdon 16' 
Echo Bourdon 16' 
Flute 8' 
Cello 8' 
Flute 4' 
Trumpet 16' 
Great to Pedal 
Swell to Pedal 

Bourdon 16' 
Large Open Diapason 8' 
Small Open Diapason 8' 
Hohl Flute 8' 
Dulciana 8' 
Principal 4' 
Harmonic Flute 4' 
Fifteenth 2' 
Nineteenth 1.1/3' 
Double Trumpet 16' 
Trumpet 8' 
Clarion 4' 
Swell Sub Octave to Great 
Swell Octave to Great 
Swell to Great 

Geigen Diapason 8' 
Gedeckt 8' 
Salicional 8' 
Voix Celeste 8' 
Principal 4' 
Piccolo 2' 
Mixture III 
Double Trumpet 16' 
Trumpet 8' 
Oboe 8' 
Clarinet 8' 
Clarion 4' 
Sub Octave 

5 double touch thumb pistons to Great and Pedal 
5 double touch thumb pistons to Swell and Pedal 
5 toe pistons to Pedal and Great 
5 toe pistons to Pedal and Swell 
3 reversible thumb pistons 
1 balanced expression pedal - swell 
1 balanced expression pedal - crescendo 
Double touch canceller to each division 
2 ventil switches