Delaware Organ Co., 1985

OHS Database ID 47876.


Pilgrim St. Luke's UCC
Buffalo, New York 14222

The organ has been altered from the original installation as described here.

The organ is in good condition and in regular use.

We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition 2011-05-07.

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  • stoplist taken from console as of 5/6/11
    Delaware Organ Co of Tonawanda NY - 1985
    
    Please note that stops with a * in front of it came from the Johnson and Son organ that came from a 
    previous church.  All other pipes are Delaware.  The organ is in the back of the sanctuary.  With 
    the exception of a portion of the Great 8' Principle that makes up a small facade, the entire 
    organ is screened.  Directly behind the facade and screen is the Great division, with the 
    enclosed Swell division directly behind, and the Pedal division is located below both the Great 
    and Swell.
    
    Great (unenclosed) -
    
    8' Principal (61 pipes, 1-3 mitered behind screen, 4-25 facade, 26-61 behind screen.  1-25 tin, 26-61 spotted metal)
    8' Hohl Flote* (61 pipes, stamped Melodia)
    4' Octave (61 pipes)
    4' Stopped Flute (61 pipes)
    2' Super Octave (61 pipes)
    III Mixture (183 pipes)
    8' Trumpet* (61 pipes)
    Chimes (Mayland, with volume control switch)
    Swell - Great 16'
    Swell - Great 8'
    Swell - Great 4'
    Great - Great 4'
    
    Swell (enclosed) - 
    
    16' Lieblich Flote* (61 pipes)
    8' Gedeckt (12 pipes, ext.)
    8' Viola* (61 pipes, re-voiced Dulciana with more of a stringy bite)
    8' Voix Celeste* (49 pipes, stamped Violina)
    4' Harmonic FLute* (61 pipes, metal harmonic)
    2 2/3' Nazard* (61 pipes)
    2' Weit Principal (61 pipes)
    II Cymble (24 pipes, repeating)
    8' Oboe (61 pipes, quite loud for an Oboe)
    Tremulant
    Swell - Swell 16'
    Swell - Swell 4'
    
    Pedal (unenclosed) - 
    
    16' Subbass* (32 pipes)
    16' Lieblich Flote* (32 notes, Swell)
    8' Pedal Principal* (32 pipes, stamped Sw Open Diap.)
    8' Bourdon* (12 pipes, ext.)
    4' Choral Bass* (12 pipes, ext.)
    II Rauschbass (32 notes, derived from Bourdon at 2 2/3', and Ped. Principle at 2')
    16' Trumpet (12 pipes, half length, 13-32 Great Trumpet at 16')
    8' Trumpet (32 notes, Great)
    4' Oboe (32 notes, Swell)
    Great - Pedal
    Swell - Pedal
    
    [Received from Peter Gonciarz 2011-05-08.]