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Church of the Redeemer, Episcopal
379 Hammond Street
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02167

OHS Database ID 7682.

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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 June 30, 2017.


Technical Details

Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Electric stop action.

Three manuals. 4 divisions. 32 stops. 32 registers. 39 ranks.

The organ is in side chambers at the front of the room, with visible façade pipes or case front. The console is in a fixed position, left.

Balanced swell shoes/pedals, standard AGO placement. Combination Action: Computerized/Digital system.

Notes

  • Status Note: There 2000. (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)
  • Dedicated 6 Apr 2001 by Peter Sykes (after additions?. Balanced pedal to front shutters, hitchdown pedal to side shutters. 2 stops prepared - to be instlled Spring 2001. (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)
  • Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield. -- Replaced 1961 Möller 3/35 Op. 9475; console upgraded in 2003 (Database Manager. May 5, 2009)
  • Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
    The Noack organ is to be replaced with a new Schoenstein instrument. In 2017, the Noack will be moved to St. Paul's Chapel in New York City and reinstalled inside the existing 1802 John Geib case which presently houses a 1965 Schlicker (which is to be displaced). (Database Manager. August 28, 2016)

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Photographs

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Facade with reversed keydesk, chapel in background. Photograph by Dana Sawyer 2002-10-06
Main facade with reversed keydesk below, secondary facade over side chapel. Photograph by Dana Sawyer 2002-10-06
Interior of Swell chamber behind upper main facade. Photograph by Dana Sawyer 2002-10-06
Interior of Swell chamber with upper facade visible in background. Photograph by Dana Sawyer 2002-10-06
Bass pipes near back of chamber. Photograph by Dana Sawyer 2002-10-06

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Stoplist

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  • From Noack website

  • Church of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill, MA
    Noack Organ Company Opus 111 (1989)
    
    GREAT:
    8' Diapason
    8' Chimney Flute
    4' Octave
    2 2/3' Twelfth
    2' Fifteenth
    1 3/5' Seventeenth
    1 1/3' Mixture IV
    8' Trumpet
    
    SWELL:
    16' Bourdon
    8' Diapason
    8' Gedackt
    8' Viola
    8' Celeste
    4' Principal
    4' Harmonic Flute
    2' Gemshorn
    2 2/3' Sesquialtera II
    2' Mixture IV
    16' Bassoon
    8' Cornopean
    8' Oboe
    
    CHOIR:
    8' Stopt Flute
    4' Chimney Flute
    2' Principal
    2 2/3' c' Cornet III
    8' Cremona
    
    PEDAL:
    16' Open Bass
    16' Stopt Bass
    8' Diapason
    4' Octave
    16' Trombone
    8' Trumpet
    
     [Received from Connor Annable 2014-08-06.]
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