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Three manuals. 25 stops. 23 registers. 33 ranks. 1636 pipes.
Electro-pneumatic (EP) chests.
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Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA 1942 Aeolian-Skinner Organ, Op. 1036 (Stoplist: web page for Worcester AGO, 1998) GREAT Quintaton 16' 61 Bourdon 8' 61 Principal 4' 61 Rohr Flote 4' 61 Fourniture III-V 285 RECIT (unenclosed) Rohr Flote 8' 61 Prestant 4' 61 Cymbel IV 244 Cromorne 8' 61 POSITIF Quintade 8' 61 Koppel Flote 4' 61 Nazard 2 2/3' 61 Doublette 2' 61 Tierce 1 3/5' 61 Larigot 1 1/3' 61 PEDAL Rohr Bourdon 16' 32 Quintaton (Gt.) 16' -- Principal 8' 32 Quintaton (Gt.) 8' -- Nachthorn 4' 32 Blockflote 2' 32 Fourniture IV 128 Posaune 16' 32 Trompette 8' 32 Rohr Schalmei 4' 32 Couplers Great to Pedal Positif to Pedal Recit to Pedal Recit to Great 16', 8' 4' Positif to Great 16', 8' Recit to Positif Arrangement of Manuals Great I Positif II Recit III Accessories 4 general pistons, duplicated by toe studs 4 pistons per division Sforzando, duplicated by toe stud G-P Reversible, duplicated by toe stud the six unison couplers duplicated by thumb pistons Ped. To Man. (combinations on or off) Cancel Electro-pneumatic action throughout Electro-pneumatic console, internal "suction pump" Detached drawknob console with couplers by tablets; 3" wind pressure throughout; = Pipework above court skylight; Designed by G. Donald Harrison and opened in a recital by Joseph Bonnet, 18 November 1942