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North Congregational Church
Middletown, New York

OHS Database ID 23605.


Status and Condition

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Technical Details

Electro-pneumatic (EP) pitman chests.

Three manuals. 21 stops. 27 registers. 21 ranks. 1342 pipes. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.

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:
    No information. (Database Manager. May 15, 2006)

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  • From The Diapason, December 1929, via Steve Bournias
    Middletown, New York
    North Congregational Church
    
    Skinner Organ Company   Opus 807   1929     3 manuals, 21 stops, 21 ranks
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             GREAT ORGAN                         SWELL ORGAN
          8' First Diapason      61          16' Echo Bourdon        73
          8' Second Diapason     61           8' Diapason            73
          8' Claribel Flute      61           8' Rohrflöte           73
          8' Rohrflöte (Sw)      --           8' Salicional          73
          8' Salicional (Sw)     --           8' Voix Celeste        73
          4' Principal           61           8' Aeoline             73
          8' Trumpet (Sw)        --           4' Octave              73
             Chimes              25 tubes     4' Flute Triangulaire  73
                                              8' Trumpet             73
             CHOIR ORGAN                      8' Oboe                73
          8' Concert Flute       73           8' Vox Humana          73
          8' Dulciana            73              Tremolo
          4' Flute               73
          8' Clarinet            73              PEDAL ORGAN
             Tremolo                         16' Diapason *          44
                                             16' Bourdon             44
                                             16' Echo Bourdon (Sw)   --
                                              8' Octave (fr. Diap)   --
                                              8' Gedeckt (fr. Bdn)   --
                                                 Chimes (Gt)
                                                 * bearded
    
    
    [Received from Steven E. Lawson  2014-11-20]
    
    
  • Click Here From The Diapason, December 1929, via Steve Bournias Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.