The OHS Pipe Organ Database

American Woman's Association Clubhouse
353 West 57th Street
New York City: Manhattan, New York 10019


OHS Database ID 51618.

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Status and Condition

The state of this organ is unknown to the database, being undocumented or unreported.
The condition of the organ is in not known or has not been reported to the Database.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition July 26, 2013.
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Technical Details

Three manuals. 15 ranks.


  • This entry describes an original installation of a new pipe organ. Identified by Steven E. Lawson, using information found in Factory Specification. -- Chests and pipes of the Great Organ from Op. 1779 (1930) in the Barbizon-Plaza Hotel, NYC, were used in the Great of Op. 1793. (Database Manager. July 26, 2013)
  • Playable from a Three Manual and Pedal Keyboard Console, and with Duo-Art Records from a Concertola Cabinet permitting the playing of a program of ten selections. The organ was dedicated on October 4, 1931, with a program given by Dr. Alexander Russell, director of music at Princeton University. Russell performed works by Bach, Franck, Martini and others to illustrate the orchestral colors of the organ. (Jeff Scofield. December 2, 2019)

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Auditorium interior. Photograph from The Diapason November 1931 via Larry Trupiano and the NYC AGO NYC Organ Project 1931-09-09
Building exterior. Photograph courtesy of the Barnard College Archives via the NYC AGO NYC Organ Project

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  • . Source: Stoplist from Larry Trupiano via the NYC AGO NYC Organ Project
           New York, New York
           American Woman's Association Clubhouse
           Aeolian   Op. 1793   1931   3/15
           Concertola Duo-Art Player 
           GREAT (encl w/Choir)         SWELL
        8' Diapason          73     16' Lieblich Gedeckt 61
        8' Concert Flute     61      8' Diapason         73
        8' Dulciana          73      8' Viole            73
        8' Dolce Flute       73      8' Viole Celeste    73
        4' Wald Flute        12      8' Viole Celeste    73
    2 2/3' Nazard             7      8' Spanish Flute    12
        2' Piccolo            5      4' Flute d'Amour    12
        8' Tromba            73      2' Piccolo          12
        8' Clarinet          73      8' Trumpet          73
           Tremolo                   8' Oboe             73
           Sub                       8' Vox Humana       73
           Super                        Tremolo
           Chimes            20         Sub
        8' Harp              61         Super
        4' Celesta                      Chimes           GT
                                     8' Harp             GT
           CHOIR (from Great)        4' Celesta          GT
        8' Diapason                     PEDAL
        8' Concert Flute
        8' Dulciana                 16' Violone          32
        8' Dolce Flute              16' Bourdon          12 GT
        4' Wald Flute               16' Lieblich Gedeckt SW
        2' Piccolo                   8' Flute            GT
        8' Tromba                    8' Gedeckt          SW
        8' Clarinet                     Chimes           GT
        8' Harp
        4' Celeste
            [Received from Jeff Scofield December 2, 2019]
  • Click Here . Source: Stoplist from Larry Trupiano via the NYC AGO NYC Organ Project Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.