Spillville, Iowa
St Wenceslaus Catholic Church

J.G. PFEFFER, 1876 - Original Specifications
Dobson Pipe Organbuilders, Ltd., 1996 - Restoration
 
MANUAL 
16' Bourdon            54   1-54 stopped wood 
8'  Principal          54   1-6 open wood, 7-22 zinc (fa├žade), rest common metal 
8'  Floete             48   1-6 grooved to Principal, 7-54 open wood
8'  Gamba              54   1-12 stopped wood, 13-54 open, common metal 
4'  Octave             54   1-5 zinc, 6-54 common metal 
4'  Floete             54   1-12 stopped wood, 13-54 open wood 
3'  Quinte             54   1-54 common metal 
2'  Octave             54   1-54 common metal 
III Mixtur            150   actually II-III, common metal 
                            1-12:                      1-1/3' + 1' 
                            13-24:                2' + 1-1/3' + 1' 
                            25-54:  4' + 2-2/3' + 2'   

PEDAL
16' Sub Bass           25   1-25 stopped wood 
8'  Violoncello        25   1-25 open wood, inverted mouth  

COUPLERS
Pedal Coppel 

MISC. CONTROLS
Calacant [sic; bellows signal]

NOTES
This is the famous Pfeffer Organ of St. Wenceslaus Church, the instrument
played in the summer of 1893 by Antonin Dvorak.


[Received from Richard C Greene 2013-10-29.]
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