OHS Database ID 48910.
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Two manuals. 3 divisions. 11 stops. 13 ranks. 714 pipes. Manual compass is 58 notes. Pedal compass is 30 notes.
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|Organ case with keydesk and facade. BArticle photo in The Diapason, November, 1971, No. 12, Whole No. 744, pg. 22|
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Hartford, Connecticut Dudley Buck Studio Wm. Johnson & Son Opus 221 1867 2 manuals, 11 stops, 13 ranks __________________________________________________________________________ Source: "Choir & Musical Record" (July 18, 1867) GREAT ORGAN SWELL ORGAN 8' Open Diapason 58 8' Open Diapason 46 tc 8' Melodia 58 8' Salicional 46 tc 4' Suabe Flute 58 8' St. Diap. Treble 46 tc Mixture III 174 8' St. Diap. Bass 12 8' Clarionet 46 tc 4' Principal 58 8' Trumpet Treble 46 tc PEDAL 8' Trumpet Bass 12 16' Bourdon 30 COUPLERS MECHANICALS Swell to Great Pedal Check Swell to Pedal Ratchet Swell Pedal Great to Pedal 3 Combination Pedals Leaf Tuner (pedal) "This organ was originally equipped with a Stiles Water Engine, "the first of its kind ever installed," and with a Clapp Leaf Turner, manufactured by Clapp and Burdick, of Hartford, which turned pages automatically." -- "The Bicentennial Tracker" (Organ Historical Society, 1976) [Received from Steven E. Lawson 2015-01-01]