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St. Peter's Episcopal Church
Albany, New York

OHS Database ID 22628.


Status and Condition

The organ has been altered from the original installation as described here.
The organ is in good condition and in regular use.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition October 22, 2016.


Technical Details

Electro-pneumatic (EP) chests.

Three manuals. 91 ranks. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.

The organ is in chambers to the sides at the front of the room. There are no visible pipes. Non-traditional style console.

Tilting/rocking tablets above top manual. Balanced swell shoes/pedals, standard AGO placement. Combination Action: Computerized/Digital system. AGO Standard (concave radiating) pedalboard. Reversible full organ/tutti thumb piston. Reversible full organ/tutti toe stud. Combination action thumb pistons. Combination action toe studs. Coupler reversible thumb pistons. Coupler reversible toe studs.

Notes

  • Identified through information adapted from E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner Opus List, by Sand Lawn and Allen Kinzey (Organ Historical Society, 1997), and included here through the kind permission of Sand Lawn:
    (Database Manager. January 7, 2006)
  • Updated through online information from Scot Huntington.
    Negotiations for the organ were initiated between Hermann Schlicker and the organist of the church, Donald Ingram. This was one of the first organ designed and built after the death of Schlicker in December, 1974 and without the input of his guiding hand. The 3-stop Great reed chorus and 32' reed were prepared for, and the Great reeds were installed by Greg Hand. The digital 32' reed and digital combination action are not original, and may have been installed by Carey in 1992 or shortly thereafter. (Database Manager. October 22, 2016)

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Photographs

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Gallery and Organ Facade. Photograph by Samuel Cherubin 2013-04-27
Close up of en Chamade Trumpet. Photograph by Samuel Cherubin 2013-04-27
Console. Photograph by Samuel Cherubin 2013-04-27
Pedal Posaune. Photograph by Samuel Cherubin 2013-04-27
Pedal 32' Untersatz. Photograph by Samuel Cherubin 2013-04-27
"Trompeta Real". Photograph by Wayne Johnson 2017-07-31
Chancel Organ. Photograph by Wayne Johnson 2017-07-31
Sanctuary. Photograph by Wayne Johnson 2017-07-31

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Stoplist

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  • Stoplist from church's website

  • St Peter's Episcopal Church
    Albany, NY
    
    1977 Schlicker Organ
    1987 Gregory Hand/Ralph Blakley 
    1992 Carey Organ Company, Troy, NY
    
    
    Great - 
    16' Principal
    8' Octave
    8' Chimney Flute
    8' Spitzfloete
    4' Octave
    4' Hohlfloete
    3-1/5' Grossterz
    2-2/3' Quint
    2' Octave
    1-3/5' Terz
    VI Mixture
    III Cymbel
    16' Posaune
    8' Trumpet
    4' Clarion
    8' Trompeta Real (gallery)
    8' Swell to Great
    8' Positiv to Great
    8' Antiphonal to Great
    Antiphonal Tremolo
    Chimes
    
    
    Positiv - 
    16' Quintadena
    8' Principal
    8' Holzgedeckt
    4' Octave
    4' Rohrfloete
    2-2/3' Nasat
    2' Octave
    2' Blockfloete
    1-3/5' Terz
    1-1/3' Klein Nasat
    IV Mixture
    III Terz-Zimbel
    16' Basson
    8' Trompete
    8' Krummhorn
    4' Rohrschalmei
    Tremolo
    8' Trompeta Real (gallery)
    8' Swell to Positiv
    8' Antiphonal to Positiv
    
    Swell - 
    16' Lieblich Gedeckt
    8' Principal
    8' Rohrfloete
    8' Viola
    8' Celeste (from FF)
    8' Flute Celeste
    4' Octave
    4' Koppelfloete
    2' Nachthorn
    II Sesquialtera
    IV-V Mixture
    16' Fagott
    8' Trompette
    8' Oboe-Schalmei
    8' Musette
    4' Clarion
    Tremolo
    
    
    Antiphonal
    8' Principal
    8' Rohrgedeckt
    8' Salicional
    8' Voix Celeste
    4' Octave
    2' Gemshorn
    1-1/3' Klein Nasat
    II-III Mixture
    8' Trumpet
    
    
    Pedal - 
    32' Untersatz (ext.)
    16' Principal
    16' Subbass
    16' Quintadena (Pos.)
    8' Octave (ext.)
    8' Gemshorn
    8' Gedeckt
    4' Choral Bass
    4' Waldfloete
    2' Hohlfloete
    II Rauschquint
    IV Mixture
    32' Contraposaune (1-12 digital)
    16' Bombarde
    8' Trumpet (ext.)
    4' Schalmei
    2' Cornet (ext.)
    8' Great to Pedal
    8' Swell to Pedal
    8' Positiv to Pedal
    8' Antiphonal to Pedal
    
    Antiphonal Pedal
    16' Gedecktbass (ext.)
    16' Fagott (ext.)
    8' Trompeta Real
    8' Antiphonal to Pedal
    
    
    Zimbelstern (toe stud)
    
    
     [Received from Sam Cherubin 2012-08-07.]
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