OHS Database ID 4401.
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Electro-pneumatic (EP) chests.
Four manuals. 5 divisions. 43 stops. 43 ranks. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 30 notes.
The organ is in a gallery-level case at the rear of the room.
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Pope Pius X Memorial Organ St. John’s Chapel Queen of All Saints RC Church Brooklyn, New York Wirsching Organ Company 1913 From 1990 console Great (enclosed except 1 & 2) 16 Principal Major 8 Principal Normal 8 Principal Minor 8 Orchestral Flute 8 Viole d’Orchestra 8 Violoncello Celeste (retuned) 4 Octave 60 sc, 2/9 mouth cutup 1/3 4 Harmonic Flute 2 Super Octave 72 sc, 2/9 mouth cutup 1/3 8 Orchestral Trumpet 12” @ 8’ C Swell 16 Bourdon 8 Principal 8 Flute Unison (stopped wood) 8 Viola 8 Voix Celeste (1913 Vox ceolestis) 8 Gemshorn 8 Quintadena 4 Flauto Traverso 2 2/3 Nazard (1913 Violina 4) III Mixture (1913 Dolce Cornet) 12-15-17 2’ 55 sc @ 8’ C, 2/9 mouth cutup 1/3 8 Horn 8 Orchestral Oboe 8 Vox Humana Tremolo Chimes Choir (enclosed with Great) 16 Contra Viola 8 Concert Flute 8 Viola Dolce 8 Unda Maris (TC) 4 Octave Flute 2 Piccolo 8 Clarinet Tremolo Solo(enclosed) 16 Contra Gamba (1913 Contra Violone) 8 Principal 8 Gross Floete 4 Orchestral Flute 8 Tuba Sonora 4 Clarion Trem olo Pedal 32 Resultant (rewired using original 10 2/3 Gross Quint) 16 Principal Major (wood) 16 Bourdon 16 Violone 16 Bourdon Dolce (Swell) 8 Principal Normal (later extension) 8 Violoncello 4 Principal Normal (later extension) 16 Trombone (1925 extension of Solo Tuba Sonora) [Received from Jim Stark 2016-02-20.]