First Presbyterian Church
Stillwater, OK 74074 US
Organ ID: 72933
This entry represents tonal changes and additions to an existing organ. Identified from a published history of the organ on the church website.
The work consisted of: 'new' used and reconditioned pipes: Ped. 16’/8’ Bourdon, Sw. 4’ Spitz Principal, Sw. III Plein Jeu (from Westminster Pres. Church organ, OKC), new windchest in Swell chamber; brand new Gt. 8’ Principal made by the Reuter company (the original one eventually became the 8’ Principal in the Choir division of the organ at First Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City) making way for the new Swell ranks (more critical for congregational singing), Sw. 1’ and Vox Humana removed and stored in the organ blower room, awaiting reinstallation in Phase II; with two ranks removed and six added, the organ now stood at 25 ranks; new pedalboard and pedal action, new keyboards, new 32-level solid state combination action. The cost for this $42,529.00. Also, a new adjustable organ bench was purchased from the Organ Supply Co. for $1,450; and the old unstable bench went to First United Methodist Church of Pawnee, OK.
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