The OHS Pipe Organ Database

Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church
9600 Leverne Avenue
Redford, Michigan 48239

OHS Database ID 64607.

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Status and Condition

The organ is in an unaltered state from its installation as described on this page.
The organ is in good condition and in regular use.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition July 1, 2019.


Technical Details

Two manuals. 33 ranks.

Notes

  • This entry describes an original installation of a new pipe organ.
    Identified by Roman Lizak, who has heard or played the organ.
    Very bright sounding instrument (Database Manager. July 1, 2019)

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Photographs

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Builder's Nameplate. Photograph by Roman Lizak 2019-03-13
Facade. Photograph by Roman Lizak 2019-03-13
Console. Photograph by Roman Lizak 2019-03-17
Great Stop Jamb. Photograph by Roman Lizak 2019-03-13
Pedal Stop Jamb. Photograph by Roman Lizak 2019-03-13
Swell Stop Jamb. Photograph by Roman Lizak 2019-03-13

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Stoplist

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  • Original document from Roman Lizak.. Source: Stoplist copied from Builder Spec
    Redford, MI
    Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church
    
    Organ by Steiner-Reck Organ Co.
    
    GREAT
    16’ Violone* 12 Pipes: Copper, Zinc 49 fr #4, #6
    8’ Principal* 61 Pipes: 40% Tin
    8’ Rohrfloete 61 Pipes: 25% Tin
    8’ Viol-Floete* 12 Pipes: Zinc 49 fr #6
    4’ Octave 61 Pipes: 40% Tin
    4’ Dulzfloete 61 Pipes: 40% Tin
    2’ Octave 61 Pipes: 40% Tin
    2’ Quart Nasat 61 Pipes: 25% Tin
    Sesquialtera II 122 Pipes: 25% Tin
    1-1/3 Mixture IV-V 257 Pipes: 50% Tin
    8’ Trumpet 61 Pipes: 50% Tin resonators 
    
    SWELL
    8’ Gedacktpommer 61 Pipes: Zinc, 25% Tin
    8’ Viola Di Gamba 61 Pipes: Zinc, 50% Tin
    8’ Viola Celeste, F# up 55 Pipes: 50% Tin
    8’ Waldfloete 12 Pipes fr #12, 49 Pipes from #17
    4’ Principal 61 Pipes: 40% Tin
    4’ Waldfloete 61 Pipes: 25% Tin
    2-2/3 Nasat (tapered) 61 Pipes: 25% Tin
    2’ Waldfloete 12 Pipes: 49 from #17
    1-3/5 Terz (tapered) 61 Pipes: 25% Tin
    1-1/3 Quinte (tapered) 12 Pipes: 25% Tin 49 Pipes from #18
    1’ Mixture III-IV 196 Pipes: 50% Tin
    16’ Bombarde- Cromorne 12 Pipes: 50% Tin 1/2 length resonators
    49 pipes from #24 (NOTE: Sounds like a 16’ Dulzian) 
    8’ Cromorne (French style) 61 Pipes: 50% Tin resonators 
    8’ Hautbois- Trompette 61 Pipes: 50% Tin Resonators 
    4’ Hautbois- Trompette 12 Pipes: 50% Tin (flues) 49 Pipes from #25
    Tremulant
    
    PEDAL
    32’ Subbass (Notes 1-12 Resultant) 32 Pipes from #29
    16’ Subbass (Bourdon) 32 Pipes: Hardwood
    16’ Violone [Great] 32 Pipes from #1, #4 and #6
    8’ Principalbass 20 Pipes: 40% Tin 12 Common Pipes with #2
    8’ Subbass 12 Pipes: Hardwood 20 Pipes from #29
    4’ Choralbass 32 Pipes: 40% Tin
    4’ Nachthorn (G# up) 25 Pipes: 25% Tin 7 Pipes from #29
    2’ Mixture III 96 Pipes: 40% Tin
    16’ Posaune 32 Pipes: Zinc, 50% Tin resonators with German style wood reed boots
    16’ Bombarde [Swell] 32 Pipes from #23 and #24
    8’ Posaune 12 Pipes: 50% Tin Resonators 20 Pipes from #36
    4’ Hautbois- Trompette 32 Pipes from #25
    
    NOTE: *- Denotes Register of pipework partially in the Facade 
    
    COUPLERS 
    16’ Swell to Great 
    8’ Swell to Great
    4’ Swell to Great 
    
    8’ Swell to Pedal
    4’ Swell to Pedal
    
    Swell Unison OFF
    
    4’ Swell to Swell
    16’ Swell to Swell
    
    8’ Great to Pedal
    4’ Great to Pedal
    
    
    ANALYSIS
    1,878 Pipes
    
    1,422 Unit Actions
    
    23 Registers
    
    33 Ranks of Pipes
    
    39 Stops
    
    10 Couplers
    
    CONSOLE
    Manuals: Bone overlay for Naturals, Ebony/Teak sharps, 
    61 Note compass
    
    Pedals: Maple Overlay for Naturals, Rosewood Sharps
    AGO Standard Style, 32 Notes
    
    Controls: Electric Drawknobs [serially numbered]
     Thumb and Toe pistons 
    Great to Pedal reversible, toe piston
    Swell Pedal
    Crescendo Pedal
    
    Combination Action: 8 Channel [Solid State] Capture System providing 8 general pistons (Manual& dupl. toe)
    6 Pistons for each division 
    1 General Cancel piston
    1 Cancel Piston for each Division 
    
    Shell: Roll- Top with Lock, Oak finish to sample
    
    Casters: Built in lockable type to permit ease of console relocation and complete stability 
    
    Music Rack: Rosewood and clear Plexiglass 
    
    Bench: Adjustable by means of side handle-wheel
    Oak finish matches shell 
    
     
    
    
    
    		
  • Click Here Original document from Roman Lizak.. Source: Stoplist copied from Builder Spec Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.