OHS Database ID 2045.
The organ has been restored to a previous state.
The condition of the organ is in not known or has not been reported to the Database.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition November 6, 2006.
Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
Two manuals. 3 divisions. 17 stops. 14 registers. 16 ranks. 897 pipes.
The organ is in a case at the front of the room. Traditional style console with a removable panel in front of keyboards. There is an attached keydesk en fenêtre.
Drawknobs in vertical rows on flat jambs. Trigger/hitch-down swell. No combination action. Flat straight pedalboard.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, Andre Mertens Galleries for Musical Intruments, New York City 1830 Thomas Appleton, Boston, (Stoplist: Paul Opel, PIPORG-L June 1998) Compass; manuals GG, AA-f''', 58 notes; pedal originally GG, AA- c0 17 notes, pull-down only; changed to C-d' 27 notes with independent Sub Base by Emmons Howard. GREAT (I) 8' Op. Diapason 9 op wd, 23 facade 8' St. Diap. Bass GG-f#0, pine/cedar 8' St. Diapason g0; 5 wd, rest metal/chimneyed 8' Dulciana g0 4' Principal GG, AA facade 4' Flute 16 pine/cedar, rest metal/chimneyed 2 2/3' Twelfth 2' Fifteenth 1 3/5' Sesquialtera III 8' Bass Trumpet GG-f#0 8' Treble Trumpet g0; inverted duckbill shallots SWELL (II, expressive from g0) 8' Op. Diapason g0 8' St. Diap. Bass GG-f#0 8' St. Diapason g0; 5 wd, rest met/chim 4' Principal g0 8' Hautboy g0 PEDAL 16' Sub Base st wood added by Hamill 1883 C-d' 27 notes (non original) originally GG (no GG#) - c, 17 notes, pull-down. (NB: all Great stops labeled "Gr." after stop name, all Swell stops "Sw.") Couple Pedal & Sw. Keys Couple Pedal and Gr. Keys Couple Sw. & Gr. pitch a' = 435.7 Hz wind pressure 2.25" all metal pipes common metal; stopped metals have soldered caps Sesquialtera III composition: GG 1 3/5 1 1/3 1 c' 2 2/3 2 1 3/5 d''' 2 2/3 2