The OHS Pipe Organ Database

The Frick Collection
New York City: Manhattan, New York

OHS Database ID 34734.


Status and Condition

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Technical Details

Four manuals. 6 divisions. 79 ranks.

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:
    Repairs to AEolian, #1263. [See #918] (Database Manager. May 21, 2008)
  • Updated through online information from Stephen Hall. (Database Manager. March 12, 2012)

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Console. Photograph by Germar Elsesser 1996-06-01

Pipe organs in New York sponsored by Foley-Baker, Inc.

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Stoplist

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  • . Source: Stoplist from the NYC AGO New York City Organ Project
    New York, New York
           The Frick Collection
    
           Aeolian           Op. 1263   1914   4/70
           Aeolian-Skinner   Op. 918    1934   4/79 (marked *)
           ______________________________________________________
         
           GREAT (I) 4 1/2" wind            SWELL
    73
        8' Diapason ƒƒ        61        16' Flute              73
        8' Diapason ƒ         61         8' Diapason  ƒ        73
        8' Flute    ƒ         61         8' Flute     ƒ        73
        8' Flute    p         61         8' Flute     p        73
        8' String   ƒ         61         8' Flute Vibrato II  134 *
        8' String   mƒ        61         8' String    ƒ        73
        4' Diapason (high)    61         8' String Vibrato ƒ   61
        4' Flute    (high)    61         8' String    mƒ       73
        2' Diapason (acute)   61         8' String Vibrato mƒ  49
       IV  Diapason Mixture  244         8' String    p        73
       16' Trumpet  (deep)    61         8' String Vibrato p   49
        8' Trumpet  ƒ         61         4' Flute  (high)      61
           Tremolo                       2' Flageolet (acute)  61
           Sub                           V  String Mixture    204
           Super                        16' Bassoon   (deep)   73
                                         8' Trumpet   ƒ        73
           CHOIR (III)  4 1/2"           8' Oboe      ƒ        73
                                         8' Vox Humana p       73
       16' String   (deep)    61         4' Clarion            73 *
        8' Diapason ƒ         61            Tremolo
        8' Flute    ƒ         61            Sub
        8' Flute    p         61            Super
        8' Flute              73 *
        8' Flute   (vibrato)  61 *          SOLO-ECHO (IV) 10"/4 1/2"
        8' Flute Quintadena   61
        8' String mƒ          61         8' Diapason           61
        8' String mƒ (vibraro)61         8' Flute              61
        4' Flute   (high)     61         8' String Vibrato II 110
    2 2/3' Nazard             61 *       4' Flute  (high)      61
        2' Piccolo (acute)    61    III-IV  Diapason Mixture  232
    1 3/5' Tierce             61 *       8' Trumpet            61
        8' Clarinet           61         8' French Horn        61 *
        8' Orchestral Oboe    61         8' English Horn       61 *
           Tremolo                       8' Clarinet           61
           Sub                              Tremolo
           Super                        16' Flute  (deep)      61
                                         8' Diapason           61
           PEDAL  4 1/2"                 8' Flute              61
                                         8' String    p        61
       32' Resultant          -- *       4' String Vibrato  p  61
       16' Diapason  (deep)   32         8' Vox Humana         61
       16' Flute     ƒ        32            Tremolo
       16' Flute     p        SW            Solo-Echo Sub
       16' String    ƒ        32            Solo-Echo Super
       16' String    p        32
        8' Flute              32            PERCUSSIONS
        8' String    ƒ        32
       16' Trumpet   (deep)   32            Harp
       16' Bassoon   p        SW            Celesta
           Pedal Divide                     Chimes
           Echo Pedal Only
    
                [Received from Jeff Scofield December 2, 2019]
  • Click Here . Source: Stoplist from the NYC AGO New York City Organ Project Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.