Updated through online information from Bob Moody. -- Hutchings-style batwing console. 30 note pedal. Great 16 open has monkey quint on bottom 6 notes. Remote stepper combination machine. Have to climb through swell chest or use a ladder to make changes. Magnets have separate windings for each use. E.g. Swell to Great has separate winding for 16, 8, and 4. Duplexing handled the same way.
Updated through online information from Stephen Hall. -- Console is stored in a small room off the stage, it is mounted on a movable platform. Organ is in regular use (2008) primarily ceremonial occasions such as baccalaureate ceremonies, but it is included in performances of several musical organizations and serves as a practice instrument for student organists. (per Press Release by the University dated April 22, 2008)
Updated through information adapted from E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner Opus List, by Sand Lawn and Allen Kinzey (Organ Historical Society, 1997), and included here through the kind permission of Sand Lawn:
Dedicated March 18-19, 1907; restored by A. Thompson-Allen Co. in 1983; extant, with original movable bat-wing console.
Status Note: There 1992.
Movable console. Original fold-up console restored c. 1983 by A. Thompson-Allen Co. (Ded. 20 Oct 1983 by Earl Miller) Organ removed 1990's while hall was refurbished. Organ reinstalled by May 1996, but console not yet connected.
Builder nameplate: Photograph by Tyler Horton, via Facebook, submitted by Jeff Scofield. Taken on 2021-08-12
Cabell Hall Interior: Photograph by McIntire Dept. of Music, submitted by Jeff Scofield. Taken on 2013-02-20
Console on stage, façade pipes: Photograph from an archival source: news.virginia.edu, submitted by Jeff Scofield.