The OHS Pipe Organ Database

St. George's Episcopal Church
905 Princess Anne Street
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401

OHS Database ID 47689.

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Status and Condition

The organ is in an unaltered state from its installation as described on this page.
The organ is in good condition and in regular use.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition March 12, 2011.

Technical Details

Slider chests. Mechanical key action.

Three manuals. 4 divisions. 37 stops. 40 registers. 45 ranks. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.

Traditional style console with roll top. The mechanical action console is detached from the main case.

Drawknobs in vertical rows on angled jambs.


  • Identified through on-line information from Stephen Hall. -- Organ is mostly mechanical action, with 16' ranks on manuals on unit chests and duplexed to Pedal. Some ranks retained from previous instrument. [Information from church and builders websites) (Database Manager. March 12, 2011)

Online Documents

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Organ Case and Facade Pipes. Photograph by James Layton 2014-12-28

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  • The Americant Organist, October 2011: Volumne 45, No. 10

  • GREAT (I)
    16' Praestant
    8'  Principal
    8'  Harmonic Flute
    8'  Gamba
    4'  Octave
    4'  Spire Flute
    2-2/3' Twelfth
    2'  Super Octave
    1-3/5' Tierce
        Mixture IV
    8'  Trumpet
    4'  Clarion (prep.)
    8'  Festival Trumpet (Pos.)
        Swell to Great
        Positive to Great
    SWELL (III) (expressive)
    16' Lieblich Gedeckt
    8'  Geigen Principal
    8'  Bourdon
    8'  Viole de Gambe (prep.)
    8'  Voix Celeste
    4'  Principal
    4'  Harmonic Flute
    2'  Doublette
        Plein Jeu IV
    16' Bassoon
    8'  Trumpet
    8'  Oboe
    4'  Clarion (prep.)
    8'  Viola
    8'  Gedeckt
    8'  Spitz Flute
    8'  Flute Celeste (prep.)
    4'  Principal
    4'  Koppel Flute
    2-2/3' Nasard
    2'  Block Flute
    1-3/5' Tierce
    1-1/3' Quint (prep.)
        Scharff III
    8'  Cromorne
    8'  Festival Trumpet
    4'  Festival Trumpet (ext.)
        Swell to Positive
    32' Contra Bourdon
    16' Open Wood
    16' Praestant (Gt.)
    16' Bourdon
    16' Lieblich Gedeckt (Sw.)
    8'  Octave
    8'  Open Flute (ext.)
    8'  Bourdon (ext.)
    8'  Gedeckt (Sw.)
    4'  Choral Bass (ext.)
    4'  Gedackt (Sw.)
        Mixture IV (prep.)
    32' Contra Bombarde (prep.)
    16' Posaune
    16' Bassoon (Sw.)
    8'  Trumpet (ext.)
    4'  Clarion (ext.)
        Great to Pedal
        Swell to Pedal
        Positive to Pedal
    Tremulant:  Great and Positive
    Tremulant:  Swell
    Flexible Wind
    Cymbelstern (prep.)
    Nightingale (prep.)
     [Received from Daniel Hancock 2011-11-02.]
  • The Americant Organist, October 2011: Volumne 45, No. 10 Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.