OHS Database ID 1221.
The state of this organ is unknown to the database, being undocumented or unreported.
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Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
One manual. 11 stops. 13 ranks.
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Spillville, Iowa St Wenceslaus Catholic Church J.G. Pfeffer (1876) Restored by Dobson Pipe Organbuilders, Ltd. (1996) This is the famous Pfeffer Organ of St. Wenceslaus Church, the instrument played in the summer of 1893 by Antonin Dvorak. Manual 16' Bourdon 1-54 stopped wood 8' Principal 1-6 open wood, 7-22 zinc (façade), rest common metal 8' Floete 1-6 grooved to Principal, 7-54 open wood 8' Gamba 1-12 stopped wood, 13-54 open, common metal 4' Octave 1-5 zinc, 6-54 common metal 4' Floete 1-12 stopped wood, 13-54 open wood 3' Quinte 1-54 common metal 2' Octave 1-54 common metal III Mixtur actually II-III, common metal 1-12: 1-1/3' + 1' 13-24: 2' + 1-1/3' + 1' 25-54: 4' + 2-2/3' + 2' Pedal 16' Sub Bass 1-25 stopped wood 8' Violoncello 1-25 open wood, inverted mouth Pedal Coppel Calacant [sic; bellows signal] [Received from Richard C Greene 2013-10-29.]