OHS Database ID 3562.
The organ is in an unaltered state from its installation as described on this page.
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|Organ case at front. Photograph by James R. Stettner 1995-04-09|
|Organ case, closer view. Photograph by James R. Stettner 1995-04-09|
|Organ case from right. Photograph by James R. Stettner 1995-04-09|
|Case pedestal with keydesk. Photograph by James R. Stettner 1995-04-09|
|Stops. Photograph by James R. Stettner 1995-04-09|
|Supplemental controls. Photograph by James R. Stettner 1995-04-09|
The organ is in a case at the front of the room. The organ has an attached keydesk.
Two manuals. 3 divisions. 11 stops. 11 registers. 14 ranks. 709 pipes.
Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
Drawknobs in vertical rows on flat jambs. No enclosed divisions. No combination action. Flat straight pedalboard.
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- Stoplist copied from the console April 9, 1995Ellensburg, Washington Grace Episcopal Church JOHN BROMBAUGH & CO., Opus 16, 1974 - "Original Specifications" MANUAL I (56 notes) COUPLERS 16 Bourdon 44 Great - Pedal [notched] 8 Præstant (FF) 81 8 Holpÿp (discant) 32 (bass) 24 4 Octave (discant) 32 (bass) 24 3 Quinte (discant) 32 (bass) 24 2 Octave 56 1-3/5 Tierce (discant) 32 (bass) 24 II-IV Mixture [22-26] 188 Tremulant ACTION: Mech. Key & Stop MANUAL II (56 notes) VOICES: 11  Regal Ventil 56 STOPS: 11 (4 divided) PEDAL RANKS: 14 16 Subbass 30 8 Trumpet 30 PIPES: 709 NOTES The organ is free-standing and encased with an attached, projecting keydesk. The case is of fumed white oak, and the moldings are trimmed in colors of black, blue, red, and 23 karat gilt. The manuals are of bone and grenadill. The pedalboard is of burl maple and rosewood. The pipe shades are carved from sugar pine. The stopknobs and manual moldings are of ebony. The stop rods are of maple. Other woods include black walnut for the reed blocks, and mahogany for the sliders. A thin strip of black bog oak from northern Germany is used in the music rack. The upper case has folding doors which cover the pipes. The 5-sectional façade is arranged: 6-26-5-26-6. The two central flats of 26 pipes are divided into upper and lower portions. The upper flats contain 11 pipes each, and the lower flats contain 15 pipes each. Five of the façade pipes are embossed. The Manual I 8' Præstant borrows its first five notes from the tenor octave of the Pedal 16' Subbass. It begins in the façade at bass FF (note 6). From c 37 to the top it is II- ranks. The entire façade is from the Præstant. The 8' Holpÿp, 3' Quinte, and 1-3/5' Tierce are all divided. When the stop is half-drawn, the stop shank is labeled `discant'. When fully drawn, the stop shank is labeled `discant & bass'. The 4' Octave is also a divided stop, but it acts in a manner opposite the other three divided stops. When the stop is half-drawn, the stop shank is labeled `bass'. When fully drawn, the stop shank is labeled `bass & discant'. The Manual I 16' Bourdon borrows its bottom octave from the Pedal 16' Subbass. The first nine pipes of the Pedal 16' Subbass are outside the case. Pipes 1-14 are on their back on the floor beneath the hinged, wedge-shaped bellows. Pipes 5-9 stand on a tubed chest on the floor directly behind the case. The organ was played by Gustav Leonhardt at the 1974 National AGO Convention in Cleveland, OH before being installed in its home in Washington State. Sources: The American Organist, July 1975, Vol. 9, No. 7, pg. 21, "New Organs"; JRS; extant organ. [Received from James R. Stettner 2012-05-10.]