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First Church of Christ, Scientist
New York Avenue
Winter Park, Florida 32789

OHS Database ID 64841.

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Status and Condition

The organ has been relocated and is no longer at this location.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition September 19, 2019.

Technical Details

Electro-pneumatic (EP) unit chests.

Two manuals. 2 divisions. 6 stops. 6 ranks. 447 pipes. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.

The organ is in chambers at the center front of the room. There are no visible pipes. Traditional style console with roll top. The console is in a fixed position, right.

Tilting/rocking tablets above top manual. Balanced swell shoes/pedals, standard AGO placement. Combination Action: Computerized/Digital system. AGO Standard (concave radiating) pedalboard. Crescendo Pedal. Combination action thumb pistons.


  • Original organ was Moller Double Artiste in two cabinets with the cabinets in a central chamber with opening covered with grill work and cloth. (Stephen Hall. September 19, 2019)
  • This installation was a modification of the original Moller Opus 9225 by an unknown builder. Stoplist modified with new unit stops from the original pipe resources, no additional pipes added. Key action has new Wicks solid state relays, new Peterson combination action with 128 levels of memory. Console modified with additional stop tablets for new unit stops. (Stephen Hall. September 19, 2019)

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Interior of chamber showing Double Artiste cases and Deagan tubular chimes.. Photograph by Rob Landry
Interior of chamber showing Double Artiste cases and Deagan tubular chimes.. Photograph by Rob Landry 2017-01-12
Close up of reed pipe showing "Hautbois" stamp.. Photograph by Rob Landry 2017-01-12

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  • Typed Stoplist. Source: Copied from Console
    First Church of Christ, Scientist 
    Winter Park, Florida
    M.P. Moller - Opus 9225 (1958)
    Double Artiste - II/6, 447 pipes
    Modified in 2002 by Unknown Builder
    New Stoplist and combination action, II/6, 447 pipes
    GREAT 		Bourdon 16' 		Rank 1 	
     		Principal 8' 		Rank 2 	
    		Bourdon 8' 		Rank 1		
    		Octave 4' 		Rank 2 	
    		Flute 4' 		Rank 1 	
    		Super Octave 2' 	Rank 2 		
    		Flute 2' 		Rank 1 		
    		Mixture III (2 2/3)	Ranks 2 & 3 
    		Trumpet 8'		Rank 6		
    		Swell to Great 16'
    		Swell to Great 8'
    		Swell to Great 4'
    SWELL 		Bourdon 8' 		Rank 1
    		Salicional 8' 		Rank 5 		
    		Voix Celeste 8' (tc) 	Rank 4
    		Flute 4'		Rank 1		
    		Fugara 4' 		Rank 5 
    		Nazard 2 2/3' 		Rank 3 			
    		Salicetina 2' 		Rank 5 	
    		Larigot 1 1/3'		Rank 3
    		Octavin 1'		Rank 5 (top octave repeats)
    		Contra Trumpet 16' 	Rank 6 	
    		Trumpet 8' 		Rank 6 		
    		Clarion 4' 		Rank 6 	
    		Swell to Swell 16'
    		Swell Unison Off
    		Swell to Swell 4'
    		*Presumed to activate Great Tremulant as well.
    PEDAL 		Resultant 32'		Rank 1
    		Bourdon 16' 		Rank 1 		
    		Diapason 8' 		Rank 2 	
    		Bourdon 8' 		Rank 1 		
    		Octave 4' 		Rank 2 		
    		Bourdon 4' 		Rank 1	
    		Contra Trumpet 16' 	Rank 6	
    		Trumpet 8' 		Rank 6 	
    		Clarion 4' 		Rank 6 	
    Rank 	  Name 	  Quantity 	Division 	Type
    Great Cabinet
     1 	Bourdon      92 	 Great		stopped flute, wood
     2 	Diapason     80 	 Great 		principal, metal
     3 	Nazard 	     61 	 Great 		flute, metal
    Swell Cabinet
     4 	Voix Celeste 49		 Swell 		string celeste, metal
     5 	Salicional   80		 Swell 		string, metal
     6 	Hautbois*    85 	 Swell 		reed, conical metal resonators
    	Chimes	     21 	not enclosed	Deagan Style D with electric action
    *Labeled Trumpet on the Console.
    • 1958 Double Artiste - 2 Manuals + Pedals, 2 Divisions, 6 Ranks, 29 Stops, 447 Total Pipes, electro-pneumatic action. 
    • Console - 61 note manuals (CC-C3), 32 note AGO pedalboard (CCC-G);
    stops on tilting tablets above top manual; new Peterson combination action with 18 thumb pistons,  and General Cancel, 128 levels of memory; Expression pedals Great, Swell, and Register Crescendo. 
    • Divisions - Great & Swell enclosures under independent expression, tremulant on each division. 
    • Kinetic blower - No. TT-914, Style 2-P2116, 500 CFM at 4" pressure (basses 4 1/2", trebles 3 1/4"), 23" L x 23" Dia x 30" H incl isolators, plus 7" L x 12" Dia end projection 
    • Console Dimensions - 4'-11" W x 4'-0" D x 3'-10" H, including pedalboard but not  music rack 
    • Enclosure Dimensions (two freestanding cabinets inside the central chamber) - Great 8'-0" W x 3'-6" D x 8'-0" H; Swell 8'-0" W x 3'-6" D x 8'-0" H 
    Stoplist and additional information provided by Rob Landry, member of the church and project manager for the organ relocation to new sanctuary in 2019.
  • Click Here Typed Stoplist. Source: Copied from Console Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.