OHS Database ID 5167.
The state of this organ is unknown to the database, being undocumented or unreported.
(The last update we received about this organ was on the transfer of data from the OHS PC Database, October 30, 2004.)
Slider chests. Mechanical key action.
Two manuals. 19 stops. 22 ranks.
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|Organ Case. Photograph by Dr. Franklin S. Miller June 2017|
|Key Desk. Photograph courtesy of Dr. Franklin S. Miller June 2017|
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Cedarburg, WI Advent Lutheran Church Organ by Karl Wilhelm, Opus 131, 1994 HAUPTWERK BRUSTWERK(enclosed) PEDAL 8' Prinzipal 8' Gedackt 16' Subbass 8' Rohrflote 4' Rohrflote 8' Octavebass 4' Octave 2-2/3' Quint 4' Choralbass 4' Spitzflote 2' Doublette 16' Posaune 2' Superoctave 1-3/5' Terz 8' Posaune (est.) IV Mixture (1-1/3') 1' Sifflote 8' Trompete Tremolo 56 note manual compass; 30 note pedal compass; concave, radiating pedalboard. Three hitchdown couplers: I/II; I/P; II/P; mechanical Brustwerk expression pedal; Two toe studs: tower church bells, Cymbelstern. (I failed to read the labels on the toe studs, and heard the Cymbelstern with no trouble, but nothing happened when I hit the other toe stud. Suddenly the Pastor came in to inform me that I'd started the bells in the tower, and people were calling to ask what was the occasion! I should have looked at the label--it said "Glocken"!!)