OHS Database ID 42990.
The organ is in an unaltered state from its installation as described on this page.
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 September 8, 2009.
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|Builder's Name. Photograph by Robert Zanca 2019-06-28|
|Organ Case. Photograph by Robert Zanca 2019-06-28|
|Dedication Plaque. Photograph by Robert Zanca 2019-06-28|
Pipe organs in Georgia sponsored by Parkey Organbuilders.
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Atlanta, GA First Presbyterian Church Winship Chapel Organ by H. Klop 2005 Manual I (lower) Quintadeen [8'] Fluit Does [8'] Roerfluit 4 Nasard [2-2/3'] Fluit 2 Terts [1-3/5'] Man I + II Manual II (upper) Holtpijp [8'] Praestant [8'] Octaaf 4 Quint [2-2/3'] Octaaf 2 Regaal [8'] Man II + Man I Pedal Subbas [16'] Bourdon [8'] Schalmei [4'] Ped + I Ped + II Tremulant Staus