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St. Paul's Episcopal Church
1361 W. Market St.
Akron, Ohio 44313

OHS Database ID 25100.

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Status and Condition

The organ has been renovated and is no longer in its original 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 27, 2007.

Technical Details

Electro-pneumatic (EP) pitman chests.

Four manuals. 7 divisions. 69 stops. 93 registers. 81 ranks. 4863 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 with roll top. The console is movable.

Drawknobs in vertical rows on angled jambs. Balanced swell shoes/pedals, standard AGO placement. Combination Action: Computerized/Digital system. AGO Standard (concave radiating) pedalboard. Crescendo Pedal. Reversible full organ/tutti thumb piston. Reversible full organ/tutti toe stud. Combination action thumb pistons. Combination action toe studs. Coupler reversible toe studs.


  • Identified through online information from Jeff Scofield. -- Essentially, this is the original Möller organ. In 1995, Wicks did tonal work, added a new console and renovated the organ. (Database Manager. February 4, 2007)
  • Updated through online information from Stephen Hall. (Database Manager. November 27, 2007)

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Chancel. Photograph by Jeff Scofield 2006-04-25
Chancel - angled view from nave. Photograph by Jeff Scofield 2006-04-25
Console. Photograph by Jeff Scofield 2006-04-25
Church Exterior. Photograph by Jeff Scofield 2006-04-25
Console. Photograph courtesy of the Wicks Organ Co. 1995-11-11

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  • Stoplist from church website
    Akron, Ohio
    St. Paul's Episcopal Church
    M.P. Möller, Opus  8378,  1952
    Rebuilt as Wicks Organ Opus 6320, 1995
    GREAT	3½’ wind pressure
     16’	Violone
      8’	Principal
    	Cornet V
      4’	Octave
      2 2/3’Quint
      2’	Super Octave
    	Fourniture IV
    	Cymbale III
     16’	Bombarde
      8’	Trompette
      4’	Clarion
    	Unenclosed Gt. Unison
      8’	Principal
      8’	Flute Couverte
      8’	Erzähler
      8’	Erzähler Celeste (T.C.)
      4’	Gemshorn
      4’	Spitz Flute
      2’	Spitz Flute
      8’	Harp (Choir)
      4’	Celesta (Choir)
    	Enclosed Gt. Unison Off
    	Enclosed Gt. 16’, 4’
    SWELL	4¼” wind pressure; enclosed
     16’	Gedeckt
      8’	Principal
      8’	Rohr Flute
      8’	Flute Dolce
      8’	Flute Celeste
      8’	Viole de Gambe
      8’	Voix Celeste
      4’	Octave
      4’	Flute Ouverte
      4’	Fugara
      2 2/3’Rohr Nasard
      2’	Nachthorn
     	Plein Jeu IV
     16’	Fagot
      8’	Trompette
      8’	Oboe
      8’	Vox Humana mf
      8’	Vox Humana mp
      4’	Clarion
    	Swell Unison Off
    	Swell 16’, 4’
    CHOIR	3¾” wind pressure; enclosed
     16’	Contre Viole
      8’	Principal
      8’	Holz Gedeckt
      8’	Dulciana
      8’	Unda Maris
      4’	Prestant
      4’	Koppelflute
      2 2/3’Nasard
      2’	Doublette
      1 3/5’Tierce
     	Carillon III
      8’	Trompette
      8’	Cromorne
      8’	Harp
      4’	Celesta
    	Choir Unison Off
    	Choir 16’, 4’
    SOLO	9” wind pressure; enclosed
      8’	Flute Grande (wood)
      8’	Gambe
      8’	Gambe Celeste
      8’	Trompette Harmonique
      8’	Oboe d’Orchestra
      8’	Harp (Choir)
    	Solo Unison Off
    	Solo 16’, 4’
    FLOATING STRING DIVISION	4½” wind pressure; enclosed
      8’	Viola
      8’	Viola Celeste
      8’	Viole d’Orchestra
      8’	Viole Celeste
    FLOATING TUBA DIVISION	15” wind pressure; unenclosed behind the reredos
     16’	Tuba Herioque
      8’	Tuba Herioque (ext.)
      4’	Tuba Herioque (ext.)
    PEDAL	4” wind pressure
     32’	Contre Principal (digital)
     32’	Contre Bourdon
     16’	Principal Bass
     16’	Bourdon
     16’	Gedeckt (Swell)
     16’	Contre Bass
     16’	Violone (Great)
     16’	Contre Viole (Choir)
     16’	Dulciana (Choir ext.)
     10 2/3’Dulciana (28 pipes from 16’)
      8’	Principal
      8’	Bourdon
      8’	Gedeckt (Swell)
      8’	Contre Bass
      8’	Violone (Great)
      8’	Dulciana (Choir)
      4’	Principal
      4’	Nachthorn
      4’	Violone (Great)
     	Fourniture IV
     32’	Contre Bombarde (ext. of 16’)	10½” wind pressure
     16’	Bombarde
     16’	Contre Trompette (Solo ext.)
     16’	Fagot (Swell)
      8’	Bombarde
      8’	Fagot (Swell)
      4’	Bombarde
     [Received from Stephen Hall 2012-02-24.]
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