The OHS Pipe Organ Database

First Community Church
Dallas, Texas

OHS Database ID 3136.


Status and Condition

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Technical Details

Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.

Two manuals. 40 stops.

Notes

  • Rear gallery. Kirnberger temperament. (OHS PC Database. October 30, 2004)

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Stoplist

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  • Stoplist copied from the factory specifications

  • Dallas, Texas
    First Community Church, UCC
    
    Gabriel Kney, 1980; relocated by Schudi Organ Company, 2007
    
    GREAT
    
    Bourdon            16'
    Praestant from E5* 8'
    Rohrflöte          8'
    Oktav              4’
    Spitzflöte         4’
    Oktav              2’
    IV Mixtur          1.1/3’
    II Zimbel          1/2’
    IV Cornet, C13     
    Trompete           8’
    Tremulant
    
    SWELL
    (Expressive)
    
    Gamba              8’
    Vox Coelestis, T.C 8’
    Gedackt            8’
    Prinzipal          4’
    Offenflöte         4’
    Nasat              2.2/3’
    Prinzipal          2’
    Terz               1.3/5’
    IV Scharff         1’
    Krummhorn          8’
    Tremulant
    
    PEDAL
    
    Subbass            16’
    Oktav              8’
    Gedacktbass        8’
    Choralbass         4’
    V Mixtur           2’
    Posaune            16’
    Trompete           8’
    
    COUPLERS
    
    Swell to Great 
    Swell to Pedal
    Great to Pedal
    
    COMBINATION ACTION
    
    10 General Pistons (thumb)
    4 Toestuds (Gen. 1-4)
    Great to Pedal Toestud
    Swell to Pedal Toestud
    Tutti Toestud
    Set and Cancel Pistons (thumb)
    
    CONSOLE 
    
    Attached
    Measurements to AGO standards
    
    KEY COMPASS
    
    Manuals - 56
      Pedal - 32
    
    ORGAN BLOWER
    
    of 1/2 h.p., 110/220 volts, contained within case
    
    
     [Received from Richard Abrahamson 2014-06-23.]
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