OHS Database ID 8003.
The state of this organ is unknown to the database, being undocumented or unreported.
(The last update we received about this organ was on the transfer of data from the OHS PC Database, October 30, 2004.)
Slider chests. Suspended mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
Two manuals. 15 stops. 19 ranks. Manual compass is 56 notes. Pedal compass is 28 notes.
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|Gallery and Organ Case. Photograph by William T. Van Pelt 2008-06-25|
|Nave, Gallery, and Organ Case. Photograph by William T. Van Pelt 2008-06-25|
|Keydesk. Photograph by William T. Van Pelt 2008-06-25|
|Organ Case Detail. Photograph by William T. Van Pelt 2008-06-25|
|List of Builders. Photograph by William T. Van Pelt 2008-06-25|
|Bosworth Hall Exterior. Photograph by William T. Van Pelt 2008-06-25|
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Oberlin, Ohio Oberlin College - Fairchild Chapel John Brombaugh & Associates Opus 25 1981 2 manuals, 15 stops, 19 ranks _____________________________________________________________________________________ WERCK - Manual I 8' Præstant 52 a (CC, DD, FF# and GG# from Gedackt 8') 8' Oak Principal 52 (CC, DD, FF# and GG# from Gedackt 8') 8' Gedackt 56 4' Octava 56 4' Spitzpype 56 2' Octava 56 3' Quinta ] II Sesquialtera ] 112 b V-VII Mixtura 382 8' Trommett 56 a BRUSTWERCK - Manual II 8' Regal 45 (permanently engaged) 3' Hohlquinta 31 (discant, from c') This division patterned after the original pre-Schnitgerian Brustwerck in Lüdingworth, Niedersaxony, Germany. PEDAL 16' Subbass (wood) 28 8' Præstant WK 8' Trommett WK a Manual stops playable in Pedal by transmission b Quinta and Sesquialtera use one stop-knob with Quinta playing when full drawn Sesquialtera begins at c' or cis' at choice of organist to accommodate various compositional styles/requirements Organ tuned in pure 1/4 SC Meantone temperament with Subsemitonien eb/dis, gis/ab & gis/bb on Werck & Pedal divisions Keyboard compasses: Werck, 52 notes: CDE - c ''' in "gebrockene Octav" form; Brustwerk, 50 notes: CDEFGA - c ''' in "kurz Octav" form; Pedal, 28 notes: CDE - d ' in Schnitgerian form Coupler: Werck / Pedal Tremulant to entire organ, adjustable Mechanical key action, suspended; mechanical stop action Metal flue pipes of finest lead/tin alloys, hammered and voiced for vocale sound Cone tuning used for open metal flue pipes; soldered domed hats for stopped metal pipes Reeds arranged for easy tuning by the organist Façade pipe mouths gilded with 23 carat goldleaf Wind system made with two wedge bellows which may be foot pumped in historic manner or may be winded by an electrical blower when desired. [Received from Steven E. Lawson August 19, 2014]