OHS Database ID 64870.
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Electro-pneumatic (EP) unit chests.
Two manuals. 2 divisions. 10 ranks. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.
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|Chamber with exposed Great in front. Console to the right. Photograph by John E. McGovern 2006-01-03|
|Console. Photograph by John E. McGovern 2006-10-15|
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Boynton Beach, Florida Residence: Edward Krynicki and John McGovern REUTER ORGAN CO., Opus 1087, 1954 Owners, 2004-2005 - Removal, Moving, Enlarging, Re-installation GREAT COUPLERS 8' Diapason 61 8' Bourdon [metal] 61 8' Gedeckt (Sw) –- 8' Viole (Sw) –- 8' Celeste (Sw) –- 4' Octave 61 4' Flute (Bdn) 12 FINGER PISTONS 4' Viole (Sw) –- 4' Celeste (Sw) –- 2 2/3' Nazard (Bdn) –- 2' Fifteenth 61 16' Dulzian (Sw) –- 8' Trompette (Sw) –- 4' Clarion (Sw) –- Chimes (25) SWELL (Expressive) 8' Gedeckt [wood] 61 TOE STUDS 8' Viole 61 8' Celeste (tc) 49 4' Flauto Traverso 61 4' Viole 12 4' Celeste 12 2 2/3' Nazard 7 2' Flauto Traverso 12 1 1/3` Tierce (Ged) 5 PEDAL MOVEMENTS 16' Dulzian (tc - VH) –- Swell Expression (bal.) 8' Trompette 61 Crescendo (bal.) 8' Vox Humana 61 4' Clarion 12 Tremulant PEDAL 32' Resultant (Bdn) –- 16' Gedeckt [wood] (Sw) 12 ACTION: E-P unit 16' Bourdon [metal] (Gt) 12 8' Diapason (Gt) –- VOICES: 10 8' Gedeckt (Sw) –- 8' Bourdon (Gt) –- STOPS: 37 4' Octave (Gt) –- 16' Fagotto (L/2) (Sw) 12 RANKS: 10 8' Trompette (Sw) –- 4' Clarion (Sw) –- PIPES: _____ NOTES From a YouTube video posted by the owner: “During the summer of 2004 as part of their summer vacation, Ed and John assisted by John's brother Jim and a core of church vol- unteers at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, Spring Lake, NJ, the original home of the Reuter Opus 1087 (1954), began the ambitious task of moving this magnificent in- strument to its new home in Boynton Beach FL. In its original configuration at St. Andrews the organ played as a unit organ of six ranks all enclosed. The church was in the process of procuring a new electronic organ; the original curator of the in- strument, Don Davett (one of the original organists at Radio City Music Hall), negotiated the exchange between the church and the new owner. The organ in its new location played for the first time on Easter Sunday 2005 and has been a source of much delight to the owner and their many musically talented friends who have given concerts on the instrument. The organ now plays in two divisions and has been expanded to ten ranks with the addition (in the Swell) of a Vox Humana (originally a part of the Austin (Opus 794) at St Aidans, Jersey City, NJ), 4' Flauto Traverso (originally Austin organ opus 1148), 16' Fagotto (12 pipes), and (in the Great) 4' Octave, 2' Fifteenth, 16' metal Bourdon (12 pipes).” Sources: Reuter opus list: owner YouTube video and notes Residence: Edward Krynicki and John McGovern Boynton Beach, Florida