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First Baptist Church
819 Massachusetts Ave.
Arlington, Massachusetts 02174

OHS Database ID 9764.

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Status and Condition

The state of this organ is unknown to the database, being undocumented or unreported.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition January 30, 2007.

Technical Details

Three manuals. 4 divisions. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.


  • Builder's Nameplate: Bishop Organ Co. (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)
  • The original builder was Frazee Organ Co. (1926). (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)
  • Status Note: There 2000 (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)
  • Rebuilding without tonal changes; new pitman chests and console renovation. (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)
  • Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. (Database Manager. January 30, 2007)

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  • Original document from Wayne Johnson.. Source: "Pipe Organs of Arlington Massachusetts" by Alan Miller Laufman
    Arlington, MA
    First Baptist Church
    Frazee Organ Company Opus 108, 1926
    Rebuilt by Bishop Organ Company, 1992
    Diapason 16
    First Diapason 8
    Second Diapason 8
    Gamba 8
    Clarabella 8
    Gemshorn 8
    Octave 4
    Chimney Flute 4
    Twelfth 2 2/3
    Fifteenth 2
    Mixture IV (1 1/3)
    Tuba 8
    Harp (Choir)
    Chimes (Choir)
    CHOIR (enclosed)
    Double Dulciana 16
    Diapason 8
    Melodia 8
    Flute Celeste 8 (TC)
    Viola da Gamba 8
    Dulciana 8 (ext.)
    Unda Maris 8 (TC)
    Salicet 4
    Flute d'amour 4
    English Horn 8
    Clarinet 8
    Choir 16
    Choir Unison Off
    Choir 4
    SWELL (enclosed)
    Bourdon 16
    Diapason 8
    Stopped Diapason 8
    Gamba 8
    Salicional 8
    Voix Celeste 8 (TC)
    Aeoline 8
    Dolce Flute 8
    Principal 4
    Harmonic Flute 4
    Flautino 2
    Dolce Cornet III
    Contra Fagotto 16
    Cornopean 8
    Oboe 8
    Clarion 4
    Tremolo I
    Vox Humana 8
    Tremolo II
    Swell 16
    Swell Unison Off
    Swell 4
    Bourdon 32
    First Diapason 16
    Second Diapason 16 (Great)
    Violone 16
    Bourdon 16 (ext.)
    Second Bourdon 16 (Swell)
    Dulciana 16 (Choir)
    Octave 8 (ext.)
    Bass Flute 8
    Violoncelle 8 (ext.)
    Gedeckt 8 (Swell)
    Choral Bass 4 (ext.)
    Trombone 16
    Fagotto 16 (Swell)
    Tromba 8 (ext.)
    Great to Pedal 8
    Choir to Pedal 8
    Swell to Pedal 8
    Swell to Pedal 4
    Swell to Great 16
    Swell to Great 8
    Swell to Great 4
    Swell to Choir 16
    Swell to Choir 8
    Swell to Choir 4
    Choir to Swell 8
  • Click Here Original document from Wayne Johnson.. Source: "Pipe Organs of Arlington Massachusetts" by Alan Miller Laufman Plain text; will open in a new window or tab.