Sunday Worship
9:00 and 11:00 am


5700 Pheasant Hill Rd., Monona, WI 53716
608-222-1241; Office@ststlc.net


Office Hours: Mon-Thurs 9:00 am-2:00 pm

           
     

Pipe Organ

 Pipe Organ 



Inside the Organ                    


Construction

Pipe Organ Facts

Height: 25 feet
Weight: 18,000 pounds
Pipes: 1,755
Stops: 29
Ranks: 30
Key action: Mechanical
Keyboards: 2 Manuals and 1 Pedal
Largest pipe: 16 feet tall
Smallest pipe: Half-inch tall
Pipes made: In Portugal and Germany
Builder: Parsons Pipe Organ Builders,
Canandaigua, N.Y.
Designers: Parsons along with Rosales Organ
Builders, Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Parsons Pipe Organ Builders

Canandaigua, New York
Opus 22 - 2005


Rosales Organ Builders
Los Angeles, California
Opus 33 - 2005
Specifications
Great 11 stops
16' Prestant (façade)
8' Principal (façade)
8' Flûte harmonique
8' Bourdon
8' Gamba    
4' Octave
4' Spire Flute
2-2/3' Octave Quint
2' Super Octave
IV Mixture
8' Trumpet  
 
Swell 11 stops
8' Geigen Principal  
8' Voix Céleste  (from tenor C)
8' Gedeckt
4' Principal
4' Rohrpipe
2-2/3' Nasard
2' Doublet
1-3/5' Tierce   
III Mixture
8' Hautbois
8' Cromorne
Pedal 7 stops
16' Principal (Gr.; low 6 open wood)
16' Bourdon (32 pipes)
8' Octave (32 pipes)
8' Bourdon (ext.)
4' Super Octave (ext.)
16' Trombone (32 pipes)
8' Trumpet (ext.) 
Couplers & Accessories
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Swell to Great
 
General tremolo and wind stabilizer cut-out
Zimbelstern (8 bells)
 
25 actual stops
29 speaking stops
     
Attached keydesk
Compass 61/32
 
Mechanical key action
Electric stop action

 


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