OHS Database ID 64509.
This organ has been rebuilt or substantially revised.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition May 29, 2019.
Two manuals. 14 ranks.
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St. Catharines, ON First Presbyterian Church Organ by R. S. Williams & Sons GREAT ORGAN (58 notes) 8 Open Diapason 8 Melodia (wood) 8 Dulciana 4 Principal 4 Harmonic Flute (wood & metal) 2 Fifteenth SWELL ORGAN (58 notes) 16 Bourdon (wood, 46 notes) 8 Stopped Diapason (wood) 8 Keraulophone 8 Vox Celeste (46 notes) 8 Aeoline (46 notes) 4 Violina 8 Oboe & Bassoon PEDAL ORGAN (28 notes) 16 Bourdon (wood) COUPLERS: Swell to Great, Swell to Pedal, Swell to Great Superoctave, Great to Pedal, Tremulant, Bellows Signal COMBINATION PEDALS: Great Forte, Great Piano Balanced Swell Pedal "The case is of antique quartered oak, filled and finished in oil, and is of beautiful design. The front pipes are decorated in gold and colors, and harmonize with the interior decorations of the church. They are all speaking pipes connected with pneumatic action."