OHS Database ID 5522.
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Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
Two manuals. 13 stops. 13 ranks.
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|Organ Case and Keydesk. Photograph by Paul Roger Ballard 2015-09-30|
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St. John's Episcopal Church, Versailles, Kentucky 1897 Hook & Hastings Opus 1742 (Stoplist: David Schnute from T 14:4:11, revised) GREAT (58 notes) 8' Open Diapason (58m) 4' Octave (58w) 2' Super Octave (58m) 8' Melodia [not listed in OH 1993:112] 8' Dulciana (58m) SWELL 8' Stop'd Diapason (tc, 46w&m) 8' Stop'd Dia. Bass (12w) 4' Flute Harmonique (58m) 8' Salicional [not listed in OH 1993:112.] 8' Vox Celeste (tc 46m) 8' Aeoline (58m) II Dolce Cornet (116m) 8' Oboe (tc, 46m)[not listed in T 14:4:11.] 8' Bassoon (12m)[not listed in T 14:4:11.] Tremolo PEDAL 16' Bourdon "There are the usual couplers, a blowers signal, and two composition pedals affecting the Great stops." The original TC Salicional 8' was replaced in recent years with a TC Vox Celeste 8'; it, the Aeoline 8' and Oboe 8' and the Bassoon 8' are from the Pilcher organ in the Presbyterian Church. /ds/