OHS Database ID 62282.
The organ has been altered from the original installation as described here.
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Electro-pneumatic (EP) chests.
Two manuals. 13 stops. 26 registers. 13 ranks. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.
The console is movable.
Tilting/rocking tablets on slanted jambs. Crescendo Pedal. Combination action thumb pistons.
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|Great Hall. Edward Buehler Delk Collection, H.A. & Mary K. Chapman Library, Philbrook Museum of Art © Philbrook Museum of Art|
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Tulsa, Oklahoma Mr. & Mrs. Waite Phillips Residence - "Villa Philbrook" The Aeolian Co. Opus 1686 1926 2 manuals, 13 stops, 13 ranks ___________________________________________________________________________ GREAT ORGAN SWELL ORGAN (derived from Great) Expression I: 16' Flute (deep) prep* 16' Flute (deep) 8' Diapason 61 8' Diapason 8' Flute F 61 8' Flute F 8' Flute P 61 8' Flute P 4' Flute high 61 4' Flute high 2' Piccolo 61 (1927) 2' Piccolo 8' Trumpet 61 (1927) 8' Trumpet 8' Clarinet 61 8' Clarinet Expression II: 8' String F 61 8' String F 8' String F Vibrato prep* 8' String F Vibrato 8' String P Vibrato 61 8' String P Vibrato 8' String PP 61 8' String PP String Mixture prep* String Mixture 8' Oboe 61 8' Oboe 8' Vox Humana 61 8' Vox Humana PEDAL ORGAN COUPLERS 16' Flute F (deep) 44 Great to Pedal 8' Flute (fr. 16' Fl F) -- Great to Pedal 4 16' Flute P (deep) prep* Swell to Pedal 16' Bassoon (deep) prep* Swell to Pedal 4 Great 4 PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS Great 16 (Playable from Great and Swell, Great Unison Release with and without dampers, Swell 4 with F and P control) Swell 16 8' Harp Swell Unison Release 4' Harp (high) 61 tones Swell to Great 4 Chimes 20 tones Swell to Great 8 Swell to Great 16 COMBINATION PISTONS Great Piano ACCESSORIES Great Mezzo Sforzando Pedal Great Forte Tonal Pedal Great Release Expression I pedal Swell Piano Expression II pedal (prep*) Swell Mezzo Tremolo, Expression I Swell Forte Tremolo, Expression II (prep*) THE DUO-ART PLAYER (entirely automatic) By means of the Duo-Art Player, in conjunction with Aeolian Pipe-Organ Duo-Art Records, the stops, expression, tempo, etc., are automatically controlled. DUO-ART PLAYER CONTROLS Tempo Reroll Ventil PIANO CONNECTION An Ampico grand piano (furnished by the purchaser) is to be connected with the organ. It is to be playable from the organ key-boards, and also by means of Aeolian Pipe-Organ Duo-Art Records (as a part of the organ), from the Duo-Art console. * PREPARATIONS AND OMISSIONS Certain stops and accessories, as indicated in specification by "prep*", are to be omitted for the present, but space is to be left for them in the organ-chamber, and necessary controls to be inserted in the console, so that no structural changes will be necessary in the console, when items thus prepared for are added. It is understood that these items are to be added by THE AEOLIAN COMPANY at prices current when these additions are purchased, said time of purchase to be at the option of the purchaser. [Received from Steven E. Lawson 2018-05-01]