The OHS Pipe Organ Database

John Wanamaker Store
New York City: Manhattan, New York.

Stoplist from the NYC AGO New York City Organ Project

 

        New York, New York
        John Wanamaker Store

        Wanamaker Organ Shop   1920   4/118
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        GREAT (white tablets)         SWELL (aqua)

    16' Double Diapason           16' Bourdon
    16' Major Diapason             8' Open Diapason
     8' Open Diapason I            8' Cathedral Diapason
     8' Open Diapason II           8' Stopped Diapason
     8' Violin Principal           8' Clarabella
     8' Cor de Chamois             8' Chimney Flute
     8' Double Flute               8' Dolce Flute
     8' Grand Flute                8' Nasard Gamba
     8' Flute Harmonic             8' Aeolian Celeste
     8' Gamba                      8' Vox Angelica
     8' Viole d'Amour              4' Traverse Flute
 5 1/3' Mutation                   4' Mutation
     4' Principal              2 2/3' Mutation
     4' Octave                     2' Mutation
     4' Flute Harmonic         1 1/3' Mutation
 2 2/3' Mutation                  IV  Compound Mutation *
     2' Mutation                  16' Double Oboe Horn
 1 3/5' Mutation                   8' Cornopean
    IV  Compound Mutation *        8' Oboe
    16' Double Trumpet             8' Musette
     8' Trumpet                    8' Vox Humana
     4' Clarion                       Tremolo I
        Tremolo I                     Tremolo II
        Tremolo II
                                      
        ECHO (yellow)                 CHOIR (green)

    16' Bourdon                   16' Contra Viol
     8' Open Diapason              8' Open Diapason
     8' Stopped Diapason           8' Melodia
     8' Gemshorn                   8' Concert Flute
     8' Salicional                 8' Quintaphone
     8' Voix Celeste               8' Viole d'Orchestre
     4' Flute d'Amour              8' Viole Celeste
     2' Piccolo                    8' Flute Celeste
     8' Oboe                       8' Dulciana
     8' Euphone                    4' Flute Harmonic
     8' Vox Humana                 4' Violette
        Tremolo I                  2' Piccolo
        Tremolo II                16' Contra Fagotto
        Minor Chimes               8' Orchestral Oboe
                                   8' Clarinet
        ECHO PEDAL (yellow)        8' Cor Anglais
                                      Tremolo I
    16' Bourdon                       Tremolo II

        STRING (brown)                SOLO (lavender)

     8' String 1                  16' Grand Diapason
     8' String 2                   8' Stentorphone
     8' String 3                   8' Tibia
     8' String 4                   8' Flute Harmonic
     8' String 5                   8' Gamba
        Tremolo I                  8' Gamba Celeste
        Tremolo II                 4' Octave
                                   4' Flute Harmonic
        PEDAL (black)              2' Piccolo
                                  16' Tuba Profunda
    32' Contra Bourdon             8' Tuba Mirabilis
    16' Open Diapason I            8' French Horn
    16' Open Diapason II           8' Grand Clarinet
    16' Contra Flute               4' Tuba Clarion
    16' Bourdon I                     Tremolo I
    16' Bourdon II                    Tremolo II
    16' Violone
    16' Viole                         PERCUSSION (white) **
    16' Dulciana
10 2/3' Quint                         Piano on PD
     8' Cello                         Piano on SW
     8' Flute I                       Piano on SW sustained
     8' Flute II                      Celesta on GT
     4' Flute                         Celeste on SW
    32' Contra Trombone 15"           Celesta on CH
    16' Trombone                      Chimes on GT
    16' Fagotto                       Chimes on CH
     8' Tromba                        Harp on GT
     4' Clarion                       Harp on SW
                                      Harp on CH
     *  draws the mutation stops
    **  color of the division to which they are
        coupled on the lower half of the tablet

          [Received from Jeff Scofield December 1, 2019]

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