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Trinity Episcopal Church
10 East Fourth Street
London, Ohio 43130

OHS Database ID 6531.

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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 January 3, 2017.


Technical Details

Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.

Two manuals. 3 divisions. 20 stops. 15 registers. 15 ranks. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 27 notes.

The organ is in side chambers at the front of the room, with visible façade pipes or case front. Traditional style console with a keyboard cover that can be lifted to form a music rack. The organ has an attached keydesk.

Hitchdown couplers.

Notes

  • From Springfield, OH. (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)
  • Updated through online information from Earl Green. -- I practiced on this organ from age 8 through 18 (1972-1980). It was still playing in 1994 when I returned to London. It was for sale on the Organ Clearing House Website some time back. Don't know if it sold. (Database Manager. March 6, 2010)
  • Updated through online information from Tim Wilson. -- This instrument was relocated in 1918 from Christ Episcopal Church, Springfield, Ohio when they installed their new E.M. Skinner, Opus 285. The organ is completely original except for the electric blower. Some releathering has been performed over the years.
    The organ was for sale with Organ Clearing House in the early 2000's. When the priest (at the time the organ was listed for sale) left Trinity Church, the congregation did not want to sell their instrument so it remains still in use today. The instrument is used each Sunday for mass. Muller Pipe Organ Company, Croton, Ohio is responsible for the maintenance and tuning. Trinity Church makes every effort, as funds are available, to keep the organ in a good state of playing condition. (Database Manager. January 30, 2014)
  • Updated by Louis Huffman, who did not provide the source of his information. (James Cook. January 3, 2017)

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Photographs

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Organ Case and Keydesk. Photograph (ca. 2006) from the Church Archives; image courtesy of Tim Wilson
View of façade, case, and alcove. Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16
Original Builder's Nameplate. Photograph by Louis Huffman 2017-01-01
Pedalboard. Photograph by J.A. Hefner 2017-08-25
. Photograph by J.A. Hefner 2017-08-25
Combination Action Trundles. Photograph by J.A. Hefner 2017-08-25
Left Stop Jamb. Photograph by J.A. Hefner 2017-08-25
Right Stop Jamb. Photograph by J.A. Hefner 2017-08-25
Console and Pedalboard. Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16
Organ alcove in sanctuary. Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16
Church Exterior. Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16
Organ in alcove. Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16
Trackers (Swell in foreground and Great in background). Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16
Drawknob levers. Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16
Pipes inside Organ. Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16
Pipes inside Organ. Photograph by J. A. Hefner 2017-09-16

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Stoplist

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  • . Online update from Earl Green.
    GREAT          
    16' Bourdon Bass      
    16' Bourdon      
    8' Open Diapason      
    8' Melodia      
    8' Viola de Gamba      
    8' Dulciana      
    4' Octave      
    4' Flute d'Amour      
    2' Fifteenth           
    
    SWELL (Enclosed)          
    8' Open Diapason      
    8' Stopped Diapason      
    8' Salicional      
    8' Aeolina      
    4' Fugara      
    4' Flute Harmonique      
    8' Bassoon      
    8' Oboe           
    
    PEDALE          
    16' Double Open Diapason      
    8' Violincello                   
    
    Bellow Signal    
    Pedale Check    
    Swell to Great    Swell to Pedale    Great to Pedale    
    Tremolo    
    
    Dimensions: 21’ wide, 8’ deep, 19’6” height                 Builder:  Felgemaker     
    Date: 1881        
    Opus: N/A     
    Approximate location:   London, OH     
    Asking price:  10,000           
    Dimensions (in inches, unless specified):     
    Height: 234      
    Width: 252      
    Depth: 96            
    Additional Info:     
    Keyboards: 2      
    Stops: 19      
    Ranks: 19
    [Received on line from Earl Green March 6, 2010.]
  • Click Here . Online update from Earl Green. Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.