OHS Database ID 22522.
The organ is in an unaltered state from its installation as described on this page.
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Electro-pneumatic (EP) chests.
Two manuals. 22 stops. 19 registers. 22 ranks. 1245 pipes. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.
The organ is in side chambers at the front of the room, with visible façade pipes or case front. Traditional style console. The console is in a fixed position, left.
Tilting/rocking tablets above top manual. Balanced swell shoes/pedals, standard AGO placement. Adjustable combination pistons. AGO Standard (concave radiating) pedalboard. Crescendo Pedal. Reversible full organ/tutti toe stud. Combination action thumb pistons. Combination action toe studs. Coupler reversible toe studs.
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|Church exterior. Photograph by James R. Stettner 2019-05-11|
|Facade: Pedal 8' Prinzipal on left; Great 8' Prinzipal on right. Photograph by James R. Stettner 2019-05-11|
|Console. Photograph by James R. Stettner 2019-05-11|
|Replacement builder's nameplate. Photograph by James R. Stettner 2019-05-11|
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Everett, Washington Our Savior's Lutheran Church CASAVANT-FRÉRES, Ltée., Nº 3013, 1969 Casavant-Fréres, Ltée., R-3013, 1970 - Additions Balcom and Vaughan Pipe Organs, Inc., SC 8__, 1991 - Tonal Renovation & Additions GREAT COUPLERS 8' Prinzipal 61 Swell to Pedal  8' Rohr Flöte 61 Great to Pedal  8' Erzähler (1970) 61 4' Oktav 61 Swell to Great  4' Spitz Flöte (1991) 61 2' Oktav (1991) 61 IV Mixtur 1⅓' 244 FINGER PISTONS 8' Trompete (1991) 61 Swell 1 - 3 Chimes (21) Great 1 - 3 Pedal 1 – 3 Cancel SWELL (Expressive) 8' Gedackt 61 8' Salizional (1970) 61 TOE STUDS 8' Vox Coelestis (GG - 1970) 54 General 1 - 3 4' Principal (1991) 61 Great to Pedal (rev) 4' Koppel Flöte 61 Full Organ (rev) 2' Flach Flöte (1991) 61 8' Krummhorn (1970) 61 Tremulant PEDAL MOVEMENTS Swell Expression (bal.) Crescendo (bal.) PEDAL 16' Prinzipal (prep) -- 16' Subbass 32 8' Prinzipal 32 ACTION: E-P primary 8' Bordun (1991) 12 4' Choral Bass 32 VOICES: 19 STOPS: 22; inc. chimes 16' Bombarde (1991) 32 8' Trompette (1991) 12 RANKS: 22 PIPES: 1,245 NOTES When the organ was originally installed, there were nearly as many prepared-for stops as there were installed stops. The following stops were prepared-for: Great: 8' Erzähler, 4' Spitz Flöte and 8' Trompete Swell: 8' Salizional, Swell 8' Vox Coelestis, III Zimbel, and 8' Krummhorn Pedal: 16' Prinzipal, III Mixture, 16' Fagott Four of the prepared-for stops were installed by Casavant in 1970. These were the: Great: 8' Erzähler Swell: 8' Salizional, Swell 8' Vox Coelestis, and 8' Krummhorn The Pedal 8' Bordun was from the 16' Subbass, however, since there were no pipes provided for an extension – it only played for 20 notes. The chimes were retained from the previous 1948 M.P. Möller installed at the previous edifice at 24th & Colby. A plaque adjacent to the builder's nameplate on the console reads: Installation By Clele d'Autremont District Representative Casavant Freres Portland, Oregon The Great 8' Prinzipal has notes 1-32 en façade as does the entire Pedal 8' Prinzipal. In 1991, further additions and tonal revisions were made by Balcom and Vaughan of Seattle, Washington to complete the organ. The two manual 2' stops were swapped and the previous Swell 2' Prinzipal renamed Oktav. The 4' Spitz Flöte and 8' Trompete were added to the Great. On the Swell, a 4' Principal not originally planned-for was substi- tuted for the intended III Zimbel. It is installed on the original 4' Koppel Flöte toe- board, and the Koppel Flöte has been moved to an added, elevated chest mounted to the rear wall of the swellbox. On the Pedal, the originally-intended III Mixtur and 16' Fagott were omitted in favor of a 16' Bombarde/8' Trompette unit of 44 pipes. The 61 pipes of the 8' Trompete were added on a new chest at the end of the original Casavant Great chest bearer. The 12 pipes of the 16' Bombarde extension are installed on the floor of the chamber beneath the Swell. The full-length, un-mitred resonators rise-up behind the façade and beside the Swell enclosure. Also, the 12-pipe extension of the 16' Subbass was added. It is made of new capped metal pipes on a new chest and also installed in the chamber beneath the Swell. All added pipework was acquired from Jacques Stinkens in Zeist, Holland. Sources: Casavant opus list; church history & files; JRS; extant organ [Received from James R. Stettner 2014-02-12.]