OHS Database ID 6190.
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Slider chests. Mechanical key action.
Two manuals. 14 stops. 16 ranks.
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|Front of church and organ. Photograph by Tim Drewes 1989-06-21|
|Keyboards and stop knobs. Photograph by Tim Drewes 1989-06-21|
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Woodville, MS St. Paul's Episcopal Built: 1837 Henry Erben Additions: 1887 Pilcher Restored: 1981 Roy Redman Opus 31 Great: 58 notes, G compass (all original except 8' Open Diapason which was missing) 8' Open Diapason C - f''' 54 notes wood and 25% tin 8' Stopped Diapason GG - f''' 58 notes wood and 25% tin (chimneys from c') 8' Dulciana f - fl''' 37 notes 25% tin (low 22 in common with St. Diapason) 4' Octave GG - f''' 58 notes 4 wood and 25% tin 4' Flute (chimneys) f - f''' 37 notes 25% tin 22/3' Twelfth f - f''' 37 notes 25% tin 2' Fifteenth GG - f''' 58 notes 25% tin 22/3' Cornet III f - f''' 37 notes 25% tin 8' Trumpet f - f''' 37 notes 25% tin Swell: 54 notes, C compass Added by Pilcher, 1887; rebuilt by Redman, 1981 8' Stopped Diapason C- f''' 54 notes wood 8' Salicional c- f''' 42 notes 50% tin (low 12 in common with St. Diapason) 4' Octave C - f''' 54 notes zinc and 50% tin 4' Flute C - f''' 54 notes wood and 50% tin 2' Fifteenth C - f''' 54 notes 50% tin Pedal: 20 notes Added by Pilcher,1887; rebuilt with new chest and action by Redman, 1981 16' Bourdon C - g 20 notes wood Total: 15 stops, 17 ranks, 691 pipes Couplers: Swell to Great, Great to Pedal Tremulant to entire organ Wind pressure 23/4" Gilded front pipes and case decorations Pine case with grained finish Hitch down swell pedal Great Forte pedal