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Cleveland Museum of Art
11150 East Blvd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

Garden Court Loggia

OHS Database ID 7649.

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Status and Condition

This organ has been rebuilt or substantially revised.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition January 4, 2006.


Technical Details

Electro-pneumatic (EP) pitman chests.

Three manuals. 58 stops. 6143 registers. 47 ranks. 2938 pipes. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.

Notes

  • Combination action. Moved from Rotunda dome to Garden Court loggia in 1923. (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)
  • Updated through information adapted from E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner Opus List, by Sand Lawn and Allen Kinzey (Organ Historical Society, 1997), and included here through the kind permission of Sand Lawn:
    With fifth Orcbestrator; organ was relocated in the building ca. 1923; tonal changes and additions in 1930. Later modifications by Holtkamp. (Database Manager. January 4, 2006)

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Bibliography

  • Schnurr, Jr., Stephen J.. "Cleveland Museum of Art," 2009 Organ Atlas: The City of Cleveland and Northern Ohio (pp. 32-43). [Photographs, stoplists]

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  • Stoplist from OHS Convention Organ Atlas 2009
    Cleveland, Ohio
    Cleveland Museum of Art
    
    Skinner Organ Company   Opus 333   1920         3 manuals, 43 stops, 47 ranks
    _____________________________________________________________________________
    
           GREAT ORGAN (7 1/2" wind)                SWELL ORGAN (7 1/2" wind)
       16' Bourdon               61 *           16' Bourdon               73
        8' First Diapason        61              8' Diapason              73
        8' Second Diapason       61              8' Claribel Flute        73
        8' Diapason              SW              8' Gedeckt               73
        8' Philomela             73 *            8' Gamba                 73 +
        8' Clarabella            61              8' Salicional            73
        8' Gedeckt               SW              8' Voix Celeste          73
        8' Erzähler              61              8' Spitz Flute           73
        8' Flute Celeste II      SW              8' Flute Celeste (TC)    61
        8' Gamba                 61 * +          4' Octave                61
        8' Gamba Celeste         61              4' Flute                 61
        8' Voix Celeste II       SW              4' Unda Maris II        122
        4' Octave                SW              2' Flautino              61
        4' Orchestral Flute      61 * +        III  Mixture              183
        8' Tuba                  61             16' Contra Posaune        73
        8' Cornopean             SW              8' Cornopean             73
           Cath. Chimes (in SW)  20 tubes        8' Flügel Horn (in CH)   73 * +
        8' Harp                  CH              8' Vox Humana            73
        4' Celesta               CH              4' Clarion               61
        8' Piano                 pf                 Tremolo
     
           CHOIR ORGAN (6" wind)                    PEDAL ORGAN
       16' Gamba                 73 +           32' Resultant             --
        8' Diapason              73             16' Diapason (GT Philo.)  12
        8' Concert Flute         73             16' Bourdon               GT
        8' Dulciana              73             16' Echo Lieblich         CH
        8' Kleine Erzähler II   146             16' Gamba                 CH +
        4' Flute                 61              8' Octave (Philomela)    GT
        2' Piccolo               61              8' Gedeckt (Bourdon)     GT
       16' Bassoon               73 * +          8' Still Gedeckt         SW
        8' English Horn          73 * +          8' Cello (Gamba)         GT +
        8' Tuba Mirabilis (15")  73 * +          4' Flute (Bourdon)       GT
        8' French Horn (10")     73 * +         16' Trombone (8")         44
        8' Orchestral Oboe       73 * +         16' Bassoon               CH +
        8' Clarinet              73 * +          8' Tromba (fr. Trombone) --
           Tremolo                              16' Piano                 GT pf
        8' Harp (TC)             --              8' Piano                 GT pf
        4' Celesta               61 bars
     
        *  does not couple to Pedal. Feature omitted when organ was moved in 1923.
        +  Orchestrator stops
    
    
    [Received from Steven E. Lawson  2016-07-19]
    
    
  • Click Here Stoplist from OHS Convention Organ Atlas 2009 Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.