OHS Database ID 10899.
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|Console. Photograph by Jeff Scofield|
|Console. Photograph by Jeff Scofield 1988-02-15|
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Covenant Presbyterian Church Charlotte, North Carolina Aeolian-Skinner, Opus 1196, 1952 Antiphonal Addition & Revoicing by Aeolian-Skinner, Opus 1196B, 1962 Rebuild and modifications by Schlicker, 1974 OHS ID: 10899 _________________________________________________________________________________________ GREAT SWELL CHOIR PEDAL 16 Quintaton 16 Lieblich Gedeckt 16 Kontra Gamba 32 Untersatz ** 8 Prinzipal 8 Geigen 8 Rohrfloete 16 Principal 8 Spitzfloete 8 Gedeckt 8 Salicional 16 Subbass 8 Bordun 8 Viol-da-Gamba 8 Dulciana 16 Quintaton (Gt) 4 Oktav 8 Viol Celeste 8 Unda Maris TC 16 Lieblich Gedeckt (Sw) 4 Rohrfloete 8 Floete Celeste II 4 Prestant 16 Kontra Gamba (Ch) 2-2/3 Quint 4 Prestant 4 Koppelfloete 8 Oktav 2 Superoctav 4 Nachthorn 2 Blockfloete 8 Gedeckt (ext Subbass) 1-3/5 Terz 2 Kleine Oktav 2-2/3 Sesquialtera 8 Lieblich Gedeckt (Sw) Mixtur IV Scharf IV Scharf IV 8 Gamba (Ch) Zimbel III 16 Fagott 16 English Horn 4 Choral Bass 8 Helletrompette 8 Trompette 8 Krummhorn 4 Nachthorn 8 Oboe 4 Rohr Schalmei 2 Blockfloete SOLO 8 Vox Humana Tremolo Mixtur IV 8 Gamba 4 Klarine 32 Kontra Fagott (ext Sw) 8 Gamba Celeste Tremolo POSITIV 16 Posaune 4 Flute Harmonique 8 Nachthorn 16 Fagott (Sw) 8 Trompette Harm. COUPLERS 8 Nason Gedeckt 8 Trompete (ext Posaune) 4 Clairon Harm. 8 Positiv to Swell 8 Prinzipal  4 Klarine (ext Posaune) Tremolo 8 Great to Solo 4 Spillfloete 4 Regal(Positiv) Chimes 8 Swell to Choir 2-2/3 Nazat  4 Swell to Choir 2 Oktav COUPLERS COUPLERS 8 Solo to Choir 1-3/5 Terz 8 Great to Pedal 16 Swell to Great 4 Solo to Choir 1-1/3 Quintfloete 8 Swell to Pedal 8 Swell to Great 8 Positiv to Choir 1 Superoctav 4 Swell to Pedal 4 Swell to Great 8 Positiv to Great Zimbel III 8 Choir to Pedal 16 Solo to Great 8 Choir to Great 8 Regal 8 Positiv to Pedal 8 Solo to Great 4 Choir to Great 8 Solo to Pedal 4 Solo to Great NOTES ** 12 pipes at 10 2/3' 1. Although Apple lists this at 8' pitch, it is probably a typographical error, and should presumably be at 4'. 2. Extension of 1-1/3' Quintfloete. _________________________________________________________________________________________ [Received online from T. Daniel Hancock, 2015-02-06]