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Emmanuel Episcopal Church
203 S Kensington Ave
La Grange, Illinois 60525

OHS Database ID 56439.

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Status and Condition

The organ is no longer at this location, and is presumed destroyed, dispersed or relocated.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition August 19, 2015.


Technical Details

Three manuals. 22 ranks.

Notes

  • An original installation. Identified by John Igoe, using information found in The Diapason, August 2015, p. 22.

    Replaced by Casavant Op. 3062, 1970. (Database Manager. August 19, 2015)

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  • Original document from Eugene Walter.. Source: The Diapason, August 2015, pg. 22

  • La Grange, IL
    Emmanuel Episcopal Church
    
    Organ by W. W. Kimball Co.
    
    3 manuals, 22 ranks
    Compass 61/32
    
           GREAT (Manual II)
        8' Diapason Phonon   73 pipes
        8' Viola Diapason    73 pipes
        8' Tibia Minor       73 pipes
        8' Melodia           85 pipes *
        8' Gemshorn          73 pipes
        8' Dulciana          85 pipes *
        4' Flute             ext Melodia
        8' Trumpet           85 pipes
           Chimes            20 tubes
           * Enclosed with Choir
    
           SWELL (Manual II, enclosed)
       16' Bourdon           101 pipes
        8' Open Diapason     73 pipes
        8' Chimney Flute     ext Swell 16' Bourdon
        8' Viola             85 pipes
        8' Voix Celeste      73 pipes
        8' Salicional        73 pipes
        4' Flute d'Amour     ext Swell 16' Bourdon
        4' Violina           73 pipes
    2-2/3' Nazard            ext Swell 16' Bourdon
        2' Piccolo           ext Swell 16' Bourdon
    1-3/5' Tierce            ext Swell 16' Bourdon
      IIIr Mixture           183 pipes
        8' Tromba            73 pipes
        8' Oboe Horn         73 pipes
        8' Vox Humana        61 pipes ("with vibrato")
           Tremolo
    
           CHOIR (Manual I, enclosed)
        8' Melodia            from Gt. 8' Melodia
        8' Dulciana           from Gt. 8' Dulciana
        8' Unda Maris         61 pipes
        4' Flute              from Gt. 8' Melodia
        4' Dulcet             from Gt. 8' Dulciana
        2' Piccolo            from Gt. 8' Melodia
        2' Dolce Fifteenth    from Gt. 8' Dulciana
        8' Clarinet           73 pipes
        8' French Horn        73 pipes
           Tremolo
    
           PEDAL
       16' Diaphone           12 pipes (metal) remainder from Gt. Diapason Phonon
       16' Bourdon            12 pipes
       16' Lieblich Gedeckt   from Sw. 16' Bourdon
        8' Octave             32 notes
        8' Still Gedeckt      from Sw. 16' Bourdon
        8' Viola              32 notes
        4' Flute              32 notes
       16' Trombone           from Gt. 8' Trumpet
           Chimes             from Gt. Chimes
  • Original document from Eugene Walter.. Source: The Diapason, August 2015, pg. 22 Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.