OHS Database ID 54034.
The organ is in an unaltered state from its installation as described on this page.
The organ is in good condition and in regular use.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition December 23, 2014.
Three manuals. 43 stops. 42 ranks. 2217 pipes. Manual compass is 61 notes. Pedal compass is 32 notes.
The organ is in center chambers at the front of the room with visible façade pipes or case front. Traditional style console with roll top. The console is in a fixed position, right.
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|Console. Photograph by Tom Corkery 2014-12-21|
|Left Stop Jamb. Photograph by Tom Corkery 2014-12-21|
|Right Stop Jamb. Photograph by Tom Corkery 2014-12-21|
|Chancel and Pipe Display. Photograph by Tom Corkery 2014-12-21|
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St. Paul’s E&R, Dallas, Texas ST. PAUL'S PIPE ORGAN SPECFICATIONS The present organ at St. Paul's E&R UCC ', dedicated on October 31, 1993, was completed by the Range Organ Company. The instrument has 2,217 pipes, 43 speaking stops, three manuals, and 42 ranks. This organ includes pipe work from the church’s prior 1961 instrument and new pipes from Organ Supply Industries, Erie, Pennsylvania. The pedal division contains one of the few true 32' Bourdon stops in the southwest United States. The specifications of this instrument are as follows: Great: => 16' Lieblich Flote => 8' Principal => 8' Holz Gedeckt => 4' Octave => 2' Super Octave => Mixture IV (1 1/3’) => 8' Schalmei => Chimes (encL in CH) => Cymbelstern Choir: => 8' Flute Harmonique => 8' Viola de Gamba => 8' Viola Celeste (TC) => 4' Nachthom => 2' Octave => Zimbel III (1’) => 8' Gomome => 8' Trompette Harmonique Swell: => 16' Gedeckt Bass => 8' Rohr Flote => 8' Gemshorn => 8' Gemshorn Celeste (TC) => 4' Principal => 4’ Spill Flote => 2 2/3' Nazard => 2' Nachthorn => 1 3/5' Tierce => Plein Jeu III(1 1/3’) => 16' Basson => 8' Trompette => 8' Fagott => 4' Clarion Pedal: => 32' Bourdon => 16' Principal => 16' Subbass => 16' Lieblich Flote (GT) => 16' Gedeckt Bass (SW) => 8' Octave => 8' Gedeckt => 4' Choral Bass => Mixture III (2 2/3’) => 16' Contre Trompette ~ => 16' Basson (SW) => 8' Trompette (CH) [Received from Tom Corkery 2014-12-16.]