OHS Database ID 50401.
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St. Luke Episcopal Church Dixon, Illinois Howell Organ Company, Opus 9, ca. 1981 OHS ID: 50401 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ GREAT CHOIR SWELL PEDAL 16 Quintaden 8 Holzgedackt 16 Bourdon 32 Untersatz (elec) 8 Prinzipal 8 Gemshorn 8 Rohrflote 16 Principal (1-12 elec) 8 Holz Bordun 8 Gemshorn Celeste 8 Viola 16 Open Wood 8 Flute Harmonique 4 Open Flute 8 Viola Celeste 16 Subbass 4 Oktav 2-2/3 Twelfth 8 Flute Conique 16 Contra Dolce 4 Nachthorn 2 Fifteenth 8 Flute Celeste 16 Quintaden (Gt) 2-2/3 Twelfth 1-3/5 Seventeenth 4 Prestant 8 Principal 2 Octavin (prep.) 4 Flute Couverte 8 Gedeckt 2 Blockflote 1 Twenty-Second 2 Doublette 8 Quintaden 1-3/5 Terz 8 Clarinet Cymbale IV 4 Choralbass Mixture IV 16 Bassoon 4 Quintaden 16 Contra Posaune ECHO 8 Trompete Mixture III 8 Trumpet 8 Principal 8 Oboe 32 Posaune 4 Klarine (from 16) 8 Gedeckt 8 Vox Humana 16 Tuba Profunda 4 Octave Tremolo 16 Posaune ANTIPHONAL 2-2/3 Twelfth Vox H. Tremolo 16 Bassoon (Sw) 8 Gedeckt 1-1/3 Nineteenth 8 Posaune 8 Dolce 8 Cor Anglais POSITIV 4 Posaune 8 Dolce Celeste (prep) (prepared) 4 Fagot 8 Vox Humana Tremolo 2 Fifteenth 2 Flageolet NOTE: The stops are from many different source; some new, some, old, 8 Trompette en Chamade and it is possible to draw many examples of builders' sounds in textures from English "Cathedral" to German Baroque to French Romantic. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ [Received online from T. Daniel Hancock, 2012-10-01]