OHS Database ID 2369.
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 April 22, 2009.
Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
One manual. 4 stops. 4 ranks.
The organ is in a gallery-level case at the rear of the room. There are hinged doors that enclose keyboards. The organ has an attached keydesk.
No enclosed divisions. No combination action.
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|Organ. Photograph by Len Levasseur 2009-09-19|
|Builder's Nameplate. Photograph by James Stark (2009)|
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Zelienople, PA St. John's "Burry's" Evangelical Protestant Church 1838 Joseph Harvey Manual (54 notes) [8’] Open Diapason (tenor G) Lead, 35 pipes. Approximately 50 scale. [8’] Stpd. Diapason Bass (tenor F#) Wood (pine?), walnut caps (screwed) and walnut stopper handles, Octagonal feet, 19 pipes [8’] Stpd. Diapason Treble (tenor G) Wood (pine?), walnut caps (screwed to MF#, glued thereafter) and walnut stopper handles, Octagonal feet, 35 pipes [4’] Principal Lead, 54 pipes (5 replacements) lightly nicked, bottom octave bridged; CC marked: “Pittsburgh July 31, 1837”. Approximately 62 scale. [2’] Fifteenth Lead, 54 pipes (4 replacements). Approximately 75+ scale. Keydesk: Mahogany Keyboard: Ivory naturals Ebony sharps tapering sharply to narrow tops Wood fronts Length of naturals 5 ¼” Octave span 6 ½” Mechanicals: Hitchdown pedal to operate a separate slider to remove Principal and Fifteenth from the registration. Pitch: A440 @70 degrees F (A425 original from physical evidence) Wind Pressure: 1 ½” Documentation (2009): John Cawkins, Laurence Libin, James Stark, Randall Wagner