The three prepared-for stops were added in 2011.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- The organ is in a solid cherry case. The facade is 5-sectional with 65 pipes arranged: 7-22-7-22-7. The 7's are towers dividing flats of 22 pipes which are divided into upper and lower flats of 11 pipes each. The Choir is in Brustwerk position and is enclosed by doors that are manually positioned. According to the Taylor & Boody website, there are only 3 prepared-for stops: the 2' Gemshorn and IV Cornet on the Great; and the IV Scharff on the Choir. When completed, the organ will have 26 registers, 26 stops, and 37 ranks.
Status Note: There 1996
Kellner unequal temperament.
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