OHS Database ID 35301.
The organ is in an unaltered state from its installation as described on this page.
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We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition June 22, 2008.
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Slider chests with EP pallets (Blackinton type).
Three manuals. 5 divisions. 52 stops. 91 registers. 72 ranks.
The organ is in center 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 thumb pistons. Coupler reversible toe studs.
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|Organ. Photograph by David Ritch 2008-09-17|
|Chancel, Console, and Pipe Facade. Image from Reuter Organ Company; used with permission 2008-06-01|
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Charlotte, North Carolina SARDIS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Reuter Organ Company Opus 2233 72 ranks 2008 ____________________________________________________________________ GREAT: CHOIR: 16' Violone 16' Gambe (ext) 8' Diapason 8' Diapason 8' Violone 8' Stopped Diapason 8' Harmonic Flute 8' Open Flute 8' Bourdon 8' Gambe 4' Octave 8' Gambe Celeste (TC) 4' Spillflute 8' Erzahler 2 2/3' Twelfth 8' Erzahler Celeste (GG) 2' Super Octave 4' Principal III Cornet (TC) 4' Harmonic Flute III-IV Scharf 2 2/3' Nazat 16' Bombarde (SW) 2' Doublette 8' Tromba 1 1/3' Larigot 8' Tuba (CH) II-IV Mixture 8' Trompette en Chamade 16' Tuba (TC) 8' Fagotto (CH) 16' Fagotto 8' French Horn (CH) 8' Tuba 8' English Horn (CH) 8' Trompette en Chamade (GT) 8' Clarinet (CH) 8' Clarinet Tremulant 8' French Horn Chimes † 8' English Horn MIDI 8' Fagotto Tremulant SWELL: MIDI 16' Rohrflute 8' Geigen Diapason PEDAL: 8' Viole 32' Bourdon † 8' Viole Celeste (TC) 16' Principal 8' Flute Dolce 16' Violone (GT) 8' Flute Celeste (TC) 16' Bourdon 8' Rohrflute 16' Rohrflute (SW) 4' Principal 16' Gambe (CH) 4' Hohlflute 8' Principal 2 2/3' Nazard 8' Violone 2' Flautino 8' Subbass 1 3/5' Tierce 8' Rohrflute (SW) IV Plein Jeu 8' Gambe (CH) 16' Bombarde 4' Choral Bass 8' Trompette 4' Violone (GT) 8' Oboe 4' Subbass 8' Vox Humana IV Mixture 8' Trompette en Chamade (GT) 32' Contre Bombarde 4' Clarion 16' Posaune Tremulant 16' Fagotto (CH) MIDI 16' Bombarde (SW) 8' Posaune ANTIPHONAL: (floating) 8' Trompette en Chamade (GT) 8' Principal 8' Bombarde (SW) 8' Gedeckt 8' Fagotto (CH) 4' Prestant 8' Tuba (CH) 4' Gedeckt 4' Posaune 2' Fifteenth 4' Clarion (SW) 4' Clarinet (CH) † digital stop Chimes (GT) MIDI [Received on line from Chad Boorsma March 16, 2010.]