The OHS Pipe Organ Database

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Mormon Tabernacle
Salt Lake City, Utah

OHS Database ID 36674.

Status and Condition

The organ is no longer at this location, and is presumed destroyed, dispersed or relocated.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition September 24, 2008.

Technical Details

Tubular pneumatic key action. Pneumatic stop action.

Four manuals. 5 divisions.

The organ is in a case at the front of the room.


  • Installed in enlarged Ridges case of 1869. (James Cook. September 24, 2008)

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Organ Case (ca. 1910). Vintage postcard in the collection of James R. Stettner

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  • Typed stoplist from Paul Slaughter
    Salt Lake City, Utah
    Tabernacle Organs
    1901 - W.W. Kimball
    Tubular Pneumatic Action
    61 note manual compass
    30 note pedal compass
    16' Double Open Diapason
    8'  Bell Diapason
    8'  Open Diapason
    8'  Second Open Diapason
    8'  Gamba
    8'  Doppel Flute
    8'  Dulciana
    8'  Claribell Flute
    4'  Principal
    4'  Wald Flute
    2 2/3' Twelfth
    2'  Fifteenth
    8'  Trumpet
    8'  Cornopean
    8'  Oboe d'Amour
    8'  Vox Humana
    16' Bourdon
    8'  Horn Diapason
    8'  Violin Diapason
    8'  Stopped Diapason
    8'  Spitz Flute
    8'  Salicional
    8'  Viole Celeste
    8'  Aeoline
    4'  Violina
    4'  Flute Harmonic
    2'  Flautino
        Cornet III
    16' Contra Fagotto
    16' Gross Gedeckt
    8'  Geigen Principal
    8'  Violoncello
    8'  Quintadena
    8'  Melodia
    8'  Dolce
    4'  Flauto Traverso
    4'  Fugara
    2'  Harmonic Piccolo
    8'  Clarinet
    8'  Orchestral Oboe
    16' Violone
    8'  Stentorphone
    8'  Viole da Gamba
    8'  Melophone
    4'  Orchestral Flute
    8'  Waldhorn
    8'  Trumpet
    8'  Tuba Mirabilis
    8'  Saxophone
    4'  Clarion
    32' Double Open Diapason
    16' Open Diapason
    16' Bourdon
    16' Lieblich Gedeckt
    16' Violone
    10 2/3' Quinte
    8'  Violoncello
    8'  Flute
    16' Trombone
    8'  Trumpet
    Pedal Couplers:
    Solo to Pedal
    Swell to Pedal
    Great to Pedal
    Choir to Pedal
    Pedal to Solo
    Fedal Fifths
    Pedal Octaves
    Solo Couplers:
    Solo to Great
    So. to Gr. Super Octave
    Solo Octaves
    Swell Couplers:
    Sw. to Gt. Sub Octave
    Swell to Great
    Swell to Great Super Octave
    Swell Octaves
    Swell to Solo
    Swell to Choir
    Choir couplers
    Ch. to Gt. Sub Octave
    Choir Sub Octave
    Choir to Great
    Tremolos to Swell, Choir, and Solo
    Reversible Gt. to Ped.
    Crescendo, Full Organ
    Wind and Crescendo indicator dials
    Adjustable Combinations:
    3 Great
    3 Choir
    3 Swell
    2 Solo
    [Received via e-mail from Paul Slaughter, September 24, 2008]
  • Click Here Typed stoplist from Paul Slaughter Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.