Poulsbo, Washington Residence: Gary Rutherford WICKS, Opus 5829, 1982 - Original Specifications MANUAL I MANUAL II PEDAL 8 Copula 8 Gemshorn blank 4 Gemshorn 4 Koppel Flöte 8 Gedeckt 2 Block Flöte 1-1/3 Spitz Quint 4 Flöte 2 Choral Bass STOP / RANK / PIPE ANALYSIS blank (Ped) -- Prepared for a 16' extension of the 8' Copula. 8 Copula (I) 61 8 Gedeckt (Ped) -- Same as the 8' Copula. 8 Gemshorn (II) -- From the 4' Gemshorn. 1-12 from the 8' Copula. 4 Koppel Flöte (II) 12 Extension of the 8' Copula. 4 Flöte (Ped) -- Same as the 4' Koppel Flöte. 4 Gemshorn (I) 61 2 Choral Bass (Ped) -- From the 4' Gemshorn. 2 Block Flöte (I) 12 Extension of the 8' Copula. 1-1/3 Spitz Quint (II) 12 Extension of the 4' Gemshorn. Top 7 notes rpt. PIPE SUMMARY Copula..........85 pipes Gemshorn........73 pipes ACTION: D-E ™ VOICES: 2 STOPS: 9 RANKS: 2 PIPES: 158 NOTES This organ was originally built for and installed in the Phoenix, Arizona residence of James and Berneil Drake. When they retired, the organ was consigned to a furniture store in Phoenix. Gary Rasmussen made an offer which was accepted. The organ was im- mediately packed and loaded onto a truck headed for the Rasmussen residence in Poulsbo, Washington where it was installed by Mr. Rasmussen without any changes. The organ is free-standing at the front of the room with the keydesk projecting from the front of the windchest skirt. The pipes are displayed in diatonically divided halves. Stops take the form of drawknobs in a single row over the top manual. The flute unit is composed as follows: 1-12 stopped wood; 13-20 capped metal; 21-49 Koppel Flöte; and 50-85 cylindrical open metal trebles. Sources: Wicks opus list; extant organ Residence: Gary Rutherford 1460 NW Hermit Ridge Ln. Poulsbo, WA. 98370 Documented: October 27, 2019
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