OHS Database ID 60379.
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Two manuals. 10 ranks.
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|Organ in storage in the Marceau shop in Portland, Oregon. Archival source not identified by contributor: James R. Stettner|
|Chest and pipework. Archival source not identified by contributor: James R. Stettner|
|Keydesk before restoration. Archival source not identified by contributor: James R. Stettner|
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Seattle, Washington Calvary Lutheran Church A.B. FELGEMAKER, Opus 951, ca. 1908 Frans W.M. Bosman, 1990 - Rebuild with Tonal Changes GREAT COUPLERS (Mech. Finger Pistons) 8 Gt. Open Diapason 61 Great to Pedal On / Off 8 Gt. Melodia 61 Swell to Pedal On / Off 8 Gt. Dulciana 61 4 Gt. Octave 61 Swell to Great On / Off 2 Gt. Super Octave 61 FINGER PISTONS (Labeled; l - r) SWELL (Expressive) Great to Pedal On / Off 8 Sw. Violin Diapason 61 Swell to Pedal On / Off 8 Sw. Stopped Diapason 61 8 Sw. Oboe Gamba 61 Swell to Great On / Off 4 Sw. Harmonic Flute 61 Tremulant PEDAL MOVEMENTS Swell Expression (bal.) PEDAL 16 Pedal Bourdon 30 ACTION: Mech. Key & Stop VOICES: 10 STOPS: 10 RANKS: 10 PIPES: 579 NOTES This organ was originally built for ______________________________ Church in _________________________, __. The organ was stored for a time in the Portland, Oregon shop of Rene Marceau where Frans Bosman did the instrument rebuild. The organ is installed in the rear gallery of the church. The free-standing case has an attached, projecting keydesk with a lid that lifts to form a music rack. The case front was altered and extended to fit the space requirements of its new home. The facade pipes were also re-stenciled. The 3-sectional façade has 25 pipes arranged: 10 – 5 – 10. The Great 8' Open Diapason has its first __ pipes in the façade. The Great 2' Fifteenth was added on a jump slide on the front of the Great chest. Calvary Lutheran later disbanded and the organ was moved by Frans Bosman to St. John's Episcopal Church in Lodi, California without tonal or structural changes. Sources: JRS; extant organ Calvary Lutheran Church (MS) 3420 SW Cloverdale Seattle, WA. 98126 Documented: December 1990 (206) 937-6590 Verified & Updated: April, 2004