OHS Database ID 23743.
The organ is in an unaltered state from its installation as described on this page.
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Electric key action. Electric stop action.
Two manuals. 2 divisions. 16 stops. 7 ranks. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.
The organ is at the front of the room, and some pipes are exposed. Non-traditional style console. The organ has an attached keydesk.
Stop keys above top manual. No enclosed divisions. No combination action. AGO Standard (concave radiating) pedalboard.
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|Console and Pipework. Photograph by David H. Fox 2012-10-25|
|Stopkeys and Manuals. Photograph by David H. Fox 2012-10-25|
|Dedication plaque in the lobby outside of the Esber recital hall.. Photograph by Mark Dennis 2017-04-04|
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Great - 15 ranks Quintadena 16’ 61 pipes Principal 8’ 61 pipes Gedackt 8’ (metal) 61 pipes Octave 4’ 61 pipes Spitzflöte 4’ 61 pipes Doublette 2’ 61 pipes Mixture IV 244 pipes Scharf III 183 pipes Dulzian 16’ 61 pipes Trumpet 8’ 61 pipes Pos. to Gt 16’ Pos. to Gt Positiv - 12 ranks Copula 8’ 61 pipes Principal 4’ 61 pipes Rohrflöte 4’ 61 pipes Octave 2’ 61 pipes Blockflöte 2’ 61 pipes Sesquialtera 2 2/3’ 122 pipes Quinta 1 1/3’ 61 pipes Fourniture III 183 pipes Cromorne 8’ 61 pipes Tremulo Pedal - 11 ranks Principal 16’ 32 pipes Sub Bass 16’ 32 pipes Quintadena 16’ (Gt.) -- Octave 8’ 32 pipes Gedackt 8’ (wood) 32 pipes Choral Bass 4’ 32 pipes Mixture IV 128 pipes Fagott 16’ 32 pipes Dulzian 16’ (Gt.) -- Schalmey 4’ 32 pipes Gt. to Ped. Pos. to Ped. 28 stops; 37 ranks The organ is unenclosed Compass: Manuals – 61 notes; Pedal – 32 notes (AGO standard pedalboard) Key action: electromagnetic Combination system: solid state with 99 levels of memory (added in 2005 by the S.D.G. Organ Co., Millersville, PA) 10 general pistons (thumb and toe) 4 pistons each for the Great (thumb), Positiv (thumb),