The organ is Opus 415 in the opus list in David H. Fox, Hilborne and Frank Roosevelt (Richmond, Va.: OHS Press, 2012), 148. "Extant, in use, 1991" according to Fox, who cited Wilmer Hayden Welsh, "Organs and Earthquakes in Quito," The American Organist, June 1991, 48.We received the most recent update for this note from Charles Eberline on August 22, 2020.
Updated by Ray Cornils, who has heard or played the organ.
The organ is used in concerts for the Quito International Festival of Sacred Music. The specification of the instrument is:
GREAT 8 Open Diapason, 8 Viola de gamba, 8 Spitz Floete, 8 Doppel Floete, 4 Octave, 4 Flute Harmonique, 2 2/3 Octave Quint, 2 Super Octave, 8 Trumpet
SWELL 16 Bourdon (with a divided stop knob that controls the bottom 12 notes), 8 Violin Diapason, 8 Stopped Diapason, 8 Dolce, 4 Hohl Floete, 4 Gemshorn, 2 Flageolet, III Cornet, 8 Oboe
PEDAL 16 Open Diapason, 16 Bourdon
COUPLERS Great to Pedal, Swell to Pedal, Swell to Great, Swell to Great Octaves
(located above pedal board to left of swell pedal) Swell piano, Swell forte, Full Organ,
Updated through online information from Pierret Gilles.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- The ornately stenciled facade fills the entire width of the rear gallery, and the full height of the barrel-vaulted ceiling.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.
This entry describes an original installation of a new pipe organ. Identified by T. Daniel Hancock, using information found in The Tracker, Fall 2013. -- Organ is extant  but Smith does not indicate if it is also playable, or if it has been modified.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.
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