OHS Database ID 9282.
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Three manuals. 23 stops.
Electro-pneumatic (EP) chests.
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- Typed stoplist from the OHS PC Database.First United Methodist Church, North Adams, MA 1928 Skinner Organ Company, Op. 708 (Stoplist: Paul Opel 1998) Great Open Diapason 8 Clarabella 8 Principal 4 Grave Mixture II (12-15) Chimes 8 (20 tubes) Swell (73 note chests) Bourdon 16 Geigen 8 Rohrflute 8 Salicional 8 Voix Celeste 8 (TC)(draws Salicional) Octave Geigen 4 Mixture III (15-19-22) (61 notes) Flugel Horn 8 Cornopean 8 Vox Humana 8 Tremolo Choir (73 note chests) Dulciana 8 Cor de Nuit 8 Flute Harmonique 4 Clarinet 8 Chimes (Gt) Pedal Contre Basse 16 Bourdon 16 Octave 8 (ext) Gedeckt 8 (ext) Flute 4 (ext) Chimes (Gt) Couplers Gt, Sw, Ch 16-4 Sw, Ch/Gt; Sw/Ch 16-8-4 Gt, Sw, Ch/Ped 16-8-4 Combinations Gt, Ch 1-4 Sw 1-5 Ped 1-3 The organ was built at a cost of $13,240. It is placed in two chambers. The church building was also constructed in 1928. This organ is one of the last to be constructed before Mr. Skinner's association with G. Donald Harrison, and is the only unaltered Skinner in Berkshire County.