OHS Database ID 3649.
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 2016-06-23.
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|Organ case, facade, and keydesk. Photograph by Len Levasseur 2012, for the OHS 2013 Calendar|
OHS Convention Organ, 2013.
The organ is in a case at the front of the room.
Three manuals. 31 stops. 45 ranks.
Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
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- Typed stoplist from the OHS PC Database.University of Vermont, Burlington, VT 1975 Fisk (Stoplist: Bruce Corneley 1998) GREAT: Double Open Diapason 16 Double Stopped Diapason 16 Principal 8 Bourdon 8 Octave 4 Chimney Flute 4 Double Tierce 3-1/5 Doublet 2 Cornet I & III Grosse Fourniture VI & VIII Trumpet 8 Voix Humaine 8 Clarion 4 POSITIVE: Bourdon 8 Prestant 4 Doublet 2 Quarte de Nasard 2 Larigot 1-1/3 Sesquialtera I & II Fourniture IV Cromorne 8 RECIT: Cornet V PEDAL: Prestant 16 Flute 8 Flute 4 Night Horn 4 Bassoon 16 Trumpet 8 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ As I recall, the Double Open Diapason 16 on the Great also plays in the pedal as a Prestant 16, or else the basses are common. The Great with Double Open Diapason and Double Stopped Diapason at 16, then Principal and Bourdon 8, a Double Tierce and a Grosse Fourniture, and a Doublet 2 tossed in. All topped off with a Trumpet and Voix Humaine 8! The Positive (with an E on the end) has French nomenclature, a Prestant 4, Quarte de Nasard and Larigot, another "Doublet", and a Cromorne; but wait..... a Sesquialtera! RECIT is a short compass Cornet that didn't get a knob! Just plays all the time. But when you think about it, not much point in turning on and off the only stop that plays on that keyboard. There is a General Tremulant (Tremblant Doux) for the entire organ, although I don't remember which language made it to the knob! PEDAL (without an E) has a Prestant with two Flutes, and to complete the French theme a Night Horn, Bassoon and a Trumpet! The organ is tuned to Kirnberger III and the room is glorious. It has a very interesting suspended Positive, cantilevered over the console.