OHS Database ID 50583.
This organ is no longer whole; parts were dispersed, and some may have been re-used in a different installation.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition April 16, 2017.
Three manuals. 4 divisions. 44 stops. 75 registers. 62 ranks.
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|Console and Left Facade facing Altar. Photograph from 'The American Organist' undocumented issue, 1970s.|
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Washington, D.C. St John’s (Episcopal), Lafayette Square Gress Miles Great (Manual I): 16 Violon 16 Quintaton 8 Principal 8 Bordun 8 Harmonic Flute (low 12 from Bordun) 8 Violoncello (ext) 4 Octave 4 Spitzflote 3 1/5 Gross Tierce (ext) 2 2/3 Nasard 2 Superoctave 2 Waldfloete (ext) 1 3/5 Tierce V-VII Mixture (1 1/3') 16 Trumpet (TC) (ext) 8 Trumpet 8 Trompette-a-Pavillon 4 Clarion-a-Pavillon (ext) Tremulant Zimbelstern Chimes Swell to Great Sub Octave Swell to Great Positiv to Great Positiv (Manual II): 16 Gedecktpommer (TC, ext) 8 Spitzprincipal 8 Holzgedeckt 8 Flute-a-Fuseau (low 12 from Holzgedeckt) 8 Flauto Dolce * 8 Flute Celeste (TC) * 4 Principal 4 Rohrfloete 4 Flauto Dolce (ext) 2 2/3 Quintfloete 2 Octave 2 Blockflote 1 3/5 Terz 1 1/3 Nasat (ext) 1 Siffloete (ext) III-V Scharf (2/3') 16 Baerpfeiffe 8 Trompette 8 Cromorne 8 Baerpfieffe (ext) 4 Clarion (ext) Tremulant Swell to Positiv Sub Octave Swell to Positiv * Enclosed with Swell Swell (Manual III): 16 Lieblich Quintade (ext) 8 Rohrfloete 8 Salicional 8 Voix Celeste 8 Quintadena 4 Traversfloete 4 Viole (ext) 2 2/3 Quint (TC) 2 Principal 2 Hohlflfloete (ext) 1 3/5 Terz (TC) 1 1/3 Quint (ext) 1 Octave (ext) III-IV Zimbel (1/3') 16 Basson (ext) 8 Trompette 8 Hautbois 4 Clarion (ext) 8 Vox Humana Tremulant Swell Sub Octave Pedal: 16 Untersatz 16 Subbass 16 Violonbasse (Great) 16 Quintaton (Great) 16 Lieblich Quintade (Swell) 10 2/3 Quintfloete (ext) 8 Principal (ext) 8 Gedeckt (ext) 4 Octave (ext) 4 Nachthorn (ext) 2 Nachthorn (ext) V-VI Mixture (2') 32 Posaune (ext) 16 Posaune 16 Basson (Swell) 16 Baerpfeiffe (Positiv) 8 Trumpet (ext) 8 Basson (Swell) 4 Clarion (ext) 4 Cromorne (Positiv) 2 Cornett (ext) Swell to Pedal Positiv to Pedal Great to Pedal 62 ranks, 3530 pipes, 58/32 note compasses [Received from Rick Erickson 2012-11-15.]