The Choir Organ, opus 79

15 Stops - 15 Ranks

 

Specifications

MANUAL I:


Prinzipal 8' 1-4 from Rohrflöte 57 pipes, 75% tin
Rohrflöte 8' 61 pipes, 40% tin
Oktave 4' 61 pipes, 75% tin
Flöte 4' 61 pipes, 40% tin
Mixtur II 112 pipes, 75% tin
Oboe 8' 61 pipes, 75% tin

MANUAL II:

Viola 8' 1-6 from Gedackt 8' 55 pipes, 50% tin
Viola Celeste 8' TC pipes from old Abbey organ 49 pipes, 50% tin
Gedackt 8' 61 pipes, oak
Flöte 4' 61 pipes, 40% tin
Sesquialter II TC 98 pipes, 40% tin
Oktave 2’ 61 pipes, 75% tin

PEDAL:

Subbass 16' pipes from old Abbey organ 32 pipes, pine
Oktavbass 8' 1-19 from Manual I 13 pipes, 75% tin
Rohrflöte 8' 1-19 from manual I 13 pipes, 40% tin

COUPLERS:

Manual II - Manual I
Manual I - Pedal
Manual II - Pedal

The stop and key action are mechanical. There are a total of 856 pipes. All pipes with the exception of the Prinzipal 8’ and twelve pipes of the Subbass 16' are under one common expression control. The organ has a common Tremulant (prepared).

The Choir organ was built in 1995 and installed in the spring of 1996.