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Bartlett United Methodist Church
5676 Stage Road
Bartlett, Tennessee 38134

OHS Database ID 45674.

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Status and Condition

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 March 5, 2019.
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Technical Details

Electro-pneumatic (EP) chests.

Four manuals. 5 divisions. 41 stops. 49 registers. 47 ranks. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.

The organ is in chambers to the sides at the front of the room. There are no visible pipes.

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 Stephen Hall. -- The original organ had 115 ranks but it was split between two auditoriums, this portion is the 40 ranks from the South auditorium. Milnar added six more ranks and later replaced the damaged Choir Clarinet. Organ is currently (Dec 2009) in use for services and concerts (information compiled from church website; online article in the Memphis "Comercial Appeal" dated Dec 12, 2009; and builder's website). (Database Manager. December 13, 2009)
  • Updated by Derek Milnar, the builder.

    Milnar also installed a new Orga-plex relay and a MSP-1000 combination action. (Stephen Hall. March 5, 2019)

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  • Bartlett UMC Organ. Console photograph, history and description, stoplist.[Last accessed 0000-00-00.]

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Right jamb. Photograph by Charles Kegg 2018-04-05
Left jamb. Photograph by Charles Kegg 2018-04-05
Left coupler rail. Photograph by Charles Kegg 2018-04-05
Right coupler rail. Photograph by Charles Kegg 2018-04-05

Pipe organs in Tennessee sponsored by Milnar Organ Co.

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  • church website:
    Bartlett, Tennessee
    Bartlett United Methodist Church
    W. W. Kimball Co.   K.P.O. 7035   1928         4 manuals, 41 stops, 47 ranks
    Moved and enlarged by Milnar Organ Co. 2002
    This is the smaller (South Hall) of two organs which constituted K.P.O. 7035
    originally in the Memphis Convention Center.
             GREAT ORGAN                            SWELL ORGAN
         16' Dulciana             61            16' Gedeckt              73
          8' lst Open Diapason    61             8' Open Diapason        73
          8' 2nd Open Diapason    61             8' Rohr Flute           73
          8' Claribel Flute       61             8' Viola                73
          8' Gemshorn             61             8' Salicional           73
          4' Octave               61             8' Voix Celeste         73
      2 2/3' Twelfth              61 *           4' Octave               73
          2' Octave               61 *           4' Flute                73
             Mixture III         183             2' Flautino             61
          8' Trumpet              61                Mixture V           305
             Tremolo                             8' Cornopean            73
          8' Harp (Ch)                           8' Oboe Horn            73
             Chimes ***           25 tubes       8' Vox Humana           61
                                                 4' Clarion              73
             CHOIR ORGAN                            Tremolo
          8' Open Diapason        73                Vox Vibrato
          8' Concert Flute        73             8' Harp (Ch)
          8' Dolce                73
          8' Dolce Celeste        73                PEDAL ORGAN
          4' Traverse Flute       73            32' Acoustic Bass        --
      2 2/3' Nazard               61 *          16' Open Diapason        44
          2' Piccolo              61            16' Bourdon              44
      1 3/5' Tierce (TC)          49 *          16' Solo Cello (ext So)  12
      1 1/3' Larigot              61 *          16' Gedeckt (Sw)         --
          1' Principal            61 *           8' Octave (fr. 16' OD)  --
          8' Clarinet             73 **          8' Flute (fr. 16' Bdn)  --
             Tremolo                             8' Gedeckt (Sw)         --
          8' Harp (TC)            --            16' Trombone (ext So)    12
          4' Celesta ****         61 bars        8' Trombone (So)        --
                                                    Chimes (Gt)
             SOLO ORGAN
          8' Principal Diapason   73
          8' Melophone            73
          8' Solo Cello           73
          8' Tuba Mirabilis       73
             Chimes (Gt)
          8' Harp (Ch)           
             Zymbelstern             *
          *  Additions by Milnar, 2002
         **  Replaced 2002 (original was damaged)
        ***  Replaced 2005 (original was damaged)
       ****  Replaced 2008 (original was damaged)
    [Received from James W. Guyer 2015-10-17]