Gilbertville, Massachusetts
Trinitarian Congregational Church

JOHNSON & SON, Opus 430, 1874 - Original Specifications


GREAT                                        COUPLERS (Drawknob)
   8     Open Diap.                 58          Sw. to Ped.
   8     Dulciana             (tc)  46          Gr. to Ped.
   8     Melodia              (tc)  46
   8     Unison Bass                12          Sw. to Gr.
   4     Octave                     58
   4     Flute d'Amour        (tc)  46
   2-2/3 Twelfth                    58       FOOT LEVERS (Unlabeled; l - r)
   2     Fifteenth                  58          Gr. Piano – 8' Dil., 8' Unis. Bass 

                                                Gr. Forte – 8,8,8,8,4,4,2-2/3,2.
SWELL (Expressive)
   8     Open Diap.           (tc)  46
   8     Dolce                (tc)  46       PEDAL MOVEMENTS
   8     St. Dia. Treble      (tc)  46          Swell Expression             (bal.) 
   8     St. Dia. Bass              12
   4     Fugara                     58
   8     Oboe                 (tc)  46
         Tremolo                             ACTION: Mechanical Key & Stop

                                             VOICES: 13         STOPS: 15
PEDAL
   16    Bourdon                    27       RANKS: 13          PIPES: 663


NOTES
The organ is free-standing and encased in the front gallery. The keydesk is attached
and projecting with a lid that lifts to form a music rack. The drawknobs are in terraced
stopjambs on both sides of the manuals. The 3-sectional façade contains 27 gold-painted
pipes arranged: 7 – 13 – 7. The nameplate is engraved with opus 428, which on the Johnson
opus list is listed for the Congregational Church in New Canaan, CT.

Sources: Johnson opus list; JRS; extant organ

 [Received from James R. Stettner 2014-06-05.]
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