The Sanctuary Organ

Completed in 2006

Stoplist:
–GREAT–      <West display>
Bourdon (Sw) 16
Principal 8
Diapason (Ped) 8
Bourdon 2 8
Harmonic Flute 1 18
Octave 4
Koppelflute 2 4
Super Octave 2
Mixture IV
Scharf IV
Trumpet 1 8
English Horn 1 2 8
Clarion 1 4
Tremulant
Chimes
— SWELL–
Bourdon 16
Principal 8
Chimneyflute 8
Gamba 8
Gamba Celeste 8
Gemshorn 8
Gemshorn Celeste 8
Principal 4
Harmonic Flute 4
Nazard 2 2/3
Spitzprincipal 2
Tierce 1 3/5
Plein Jeu IV
Contra Trumpet 16
Trumpet 8
Oboe 8
Vox Humana 8
Clarion 4
Tremulant
Swell 16
Swell Original Pitch OFF
Swell 4
Festival Trumpet 4 8
Zimbelstern
–CHOIR–  <East display>
Bourdon 8
Koppelflute 4
Nazard 2 2/3
Blockflute 2
Tierce 1 3/5
Larigot 1 1/3  <Enclosed pipes>
Waldflute 8
Viola 8
Viola Celeste 8
Flauto Dolce 8
Flute Celeste 8
Principal 4
Spitzflute 4
Gemshorn 2
Mixture III
Trumpet 8
English Horn 8
Cromorne 8
Festival Trumpet 8
Tremulant
Harp 8
Choir 16
Choir Original Pitch OFF
Choir 4
–PEDAL–
Bourdon 32
Principal 16
Open Diapason 16
Subbass 16
Bourdon (Sw) 16
Violone 16
Octave <East façade> 8
Principal (Gt) 8
Gedeckt (Sw) 8
Viola (Ch) 8
Choral Bass 4
Flute (Gt) 4
Mixture IV
Posaune 32
Trombone 16
Contra Trumpet (Sw) 16
Posaune 8
Trumpet (Ch) 8
Clarion 4
Cromorne (Ch) 4
Chimes
–COUPLERS ON TILTING TABLETS–
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Swell to Pedal 4
Choir to Pedal
Choir to Pedal 4
Swell to Great
Swell to Great 4 4
Choir to Great
Choir to Great 4 4
Choir to Swell
Choir to Swell 4 4
Great Original Pitch Off OFF
Great to Choir
Swell to Choir
Swell to Choir 4 4

Pipes under expression in Choir chamber

2   Great stop duplicating Choir stop

3   Digital voice

4   Festival Trumpet does not couple from Swell keys

5   Festival Trumpet pipes hooded, high pressure, under expression

Certain pipes retained from the 1973 Rubin Frels organ, including Swell Vox Humana, Bourdon, Harmonic Flute, and Gemshorn and Pedal Subbass from a 1935 Aeolian residence organ and Choir Waldflute from a Möller organ.

The Pedal Bourdon 32’ switches automatically between soft and loud according to which other stops are in use.

Swell, Great, and Festival Trumpets:  Pedal Trombone:  parallel shallots.  Contra Trumpet and Choir Trumpet:  tapered shallots.

The Chapel Organ

Completed in 1994

 The chapel was built in 1942 as the church’s first building.  It seats about 150 persons.  It is now used for the early Sunday service, weddings, concerts, and similar events.

The organ was built in three installments, beginning in 1994 with 6 ranks (6 sets) of pipes:

      1    Principal 8 80 pipes
      2    Rohrflute 8 48 pipes
      3    Gemshorn 8 49 pipes
      4    Celeste 8 49 pipes
      5    Blockflute 2 32 pipes
      6    Subbass 16 32 pipes
 Later installments:
      7    Nazard 2 2/3 49 pipes
      8    Tierce 1 3/5 37 pipes
      9    Mixture III 183 pipes
    10    Trumpet 16 73 pipes
 Two manual console on a rolling platform.
Two identical rows of stopkeys with a reversible piston and a
reversible toestud to alternate between the two rows of stopkeys.
 Stoplist:
GREAT
Principal 8 1
Rohrflute 8 2+5
Octave 4 1
Flute 4 2+5
Nazard 2 2/3 7
Super Octave 2 1
Tierce 1 3/5 8
Mixture III 9
Great to Great 4
Swell to Great 8
Swell to Great 4
SWELL
Rohrflute 8 2+5
Gemshorn 8 3
Celeste 8 4
Flute 4 2+5
Blockflute 2 2+5
Larigot 1 1/3 7
Trumpet 8 10
Tremulant
Swell to Swell 4
 PEDAL
Subbass 16 6
Gedeckt 16 6+2
Principal 8 1
Gedeckt 8 2
Octave 4 1
Flute 4 2
Trumpet 16 10
Trumpet 8 10
Trumpet 4 10
Great to Pedal 8
Swell to Pedal 8

The Principal pipes are visible in the front of the case. 

The longest 12 pipes are of aluminum.  The shorter pipes in the center of the case are made from an alloy of 70% tin with 30% lead.  The Subbass pipes are of wood and are visible at the sides of the case.  The remaining pipes are inside the case behind swell shutters that the organist can open and close to adjust loudness while playing. 

Each the lowest 12 Subbass pipes plays from 2 valves.  The Gedeckt 16’ stop plays those same pipes at a softer volume by opening only one valve per pipe. 

The Trumpet shallots are slightly tapered, similar to those used by Henry Willis I in England.  The first 17 Trumpet pipes have half-length resonators in order fit inside the case.

The Gemshorn uses narrow scale, bright-sounding pipes.  The Celeste uses broader, rounder-sounding pipes.