OHS Database ID 47692.
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Three manuals. 39 ranks.
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St. Benedict RC Church, Amherst NY - 1951 3/39 Schlicker Organ Great (unenclosed and fully exposed, mounted on right side of wall in gallery)- 16' Pommer (61 pipes - partly in facade on both Great and Positiv) 8' Principal (61 pipes - partly in facade) 8' Spitz Floete (61 pipes) 4' Octav (61 Pipes) 2' Hohlfloete (61 pipes) IV Mixture (244 pipes) Chimes (prepared for) Great - Great 4' Swell - Great 8' (only) Positiv - Great 16' Positiv - Great 8' Swell (enclosed and located on extreme right side of gallery. In side chamber that is screened and only visible from gallery) 8' Rohrfloete (61 pipes) 8' Viola (61 pipes) 8' Voix Celeste (49 pipes) 4' Gemshorn (61 pipes - tone quality of flute rather than string or hybrid) 2 2/3' Nazard (61 pipes) 2' Waldfloete (61 pipes) 1 3/5' Teirce (61 pipes) IV Mixture (244 pipes) 16' Dulzian (prepared for) 8' Trumpet (61 pipes - most definitely a Schalmie) Tremolo Swell - Swell 16' Swell - Swell 4' Positv (unenclosed and fully exposed mounted on left side of gallery wall in gallery) - 8' Gedeckt (61 pipes - capped metal) 4' Rohrfloete (61 pipes) 2' Principal (61 pipes) 1 1/3' Quint (61 pipes - top octave breaks back) 1' Siffloete (61 pipes - top octave breaks back) IV Scharff (244 pipes) Tremolo Pedal (unenclosed - located partially in screened chamber in front of the Swell on extreme right side of gallery.) - 16' Bourdon (32 pipes - only wooden rank in the organ) 16' Pommer (32 notes - from Great) 8' Principal (32 pipes - partially in Great facade and not with rest of pedal) 8' Quintadena (32 notes - Great Pommer) 4' Prestant (32 pipes - tone is of flute quality rather than Principle) 4' Gedeckt (32 notes - Great Pommer) 2' Gemshorn (32 pipes - tone is of flute quality rather than string) IV Mixture (128 pipes) 16' Poaune (32 pipes - full length) 8' Trumpet (12 pipes - ext. 16') Great - Pedal 8' Swell - Pedal 8' Positiv - Pedal 8' [Received from Peter Gonciarz 2011-04-30.]