Specifications of the Harvard Organs

C. B. Fisk Opus 139, Memorial Church
44 voices, 55 ranks, 3,110 pipes
Installation: 2011
Great, Manual I
Double Diapason 16′
Open Diapason 8′
Gamba 8′
Harmonic Flute 8′
Chimney Flute 8′
Principal 4′
Open Flute 4′
Twelfth 2 2/3′
Fifteenth 2′
Seventeenth 1 3/5′
Mixture IV-VI
Trumpet 8′
Clarion 4′
Positive, Manual II
enclosed
Principal 8′
Salicional 8′
Unda maris 8′
Gedackt 8’
Dulciana 8’ prepared
Octave 4′
Chimney Flute 4′
Nasard 2 2/3′
Doublette 2′
Tierce 1 3/5′
Mixture IV
Clarinet 8′
Tuba Mirabilis 8′
Swell, Manual III
enclosed
Bourdon 16′
Diapason 8′
Viole de gambe 8′
Voix céleste 8′
Flûte traversière 8′
Bourdon 8′
Prestant 4′
Flûte octaviante 4′
Octavin 2′
Plein jeu IV
Basson 16′
Trompette 8′
Hautbois 8′
Voix humaine 8’ prepared
Clairon 4′ prepared
Pedal
Sub Principal 32′ ext.
Open Bass 16′
Double Diapason 16′ GT
Bourdon 16′
Quinte 10 2/3′ ext.
Octave 8′
Gamba 8′ from GT
Flute 8′ from GT
Bourdon 8′ ext.
Super Octave 4′
Contra Posaune 32′ ext.
Posaune 16′
Trumpet 8′ alt. GT
Clarion 4′ alt. GT
Couplers
Swell to Great
Positive to Great
Swell to Positive
Great to Pedal
Positive to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Swell to Pedal Super
Octaves graves
Flexible Wind
Great & Positive Tremulant
Swell Tremulant
Cymbelstern
Key Action: Direct mechanical (tracker) except for large bass pipes. Stop Action: Electric solenoid.
Combination action: 128 levels of memory with appropriate thumb pistons and toe studs.
Key Desk: Built into main case of organ, 3 manuals and pedals, manuals 61 notes CC-c4, cowbone naturals, sharps of ebony. Pedals 32 notes CC-g1.
Casework: A single cabinet of wood located in the rear gallery, designed to harmonize with and adorn the church architecture.
Skinner Opus 793, Appleton Chapel, Memorial Church
Completed in 1930
Originally located at Second Church of Christ, Scientist; Hartford, Connecticut
Organ rebuilt and relocated to Appleton Chapel 2010 — Foley-Baker Inc., Tolland, Connecticut Console from Aeolian-Skinner Op. 906, 1933 — renovated Richard S. Houghten, Milan, Michigan
Great
16′ Diapason
8′ First Diapason
8′ Second Diapason
8′ Harmonic Flute
4′ Octave
4′ Flute
2′ Fifteenth
Mixture III
8′ Tuba separately
8′ French Horn enclosed
French Horn Tremolo
Great Unison Off
Chimes (2010 addition)
Choir
enclosed
16′ Gamba
8′ ’Cello
8′ ’Cello Celeste
8′ Concert Flute
8′ Dulciana
8′ Unda Maris (tenor c)
4′ Fugara
4′ Flute d’Amour
2 2/3′ Nazard
8′ Clarinet
Tremolo
Choir 16
Choir 4
Choir Unison Off
Great Reeds on Choir
Harp
Celesta
Chimes
Swell
enclosed
16′ Bourdon (2010 addition)
8′ Diapason
8′ Salicional
8′ Voix Celeste
8′ Rohrflöte
8′ Flauto Dolce
8′ Flute Celeste (tenor c)
4′ Octave
4′ Flute
V Chorus Mixture
16′ Waldhorn
8′ Trumpet
8′ Oboe
8′ Vox Humana
4′ Clarion
Tremolo
Swell 16
Swell 4
Swell Unison Off
Pedal
32′ Bourdon (2010 addition)
16′ Open Diapason
16′ Contrebasse
16′ Bourdon
16′ Gamba (from CH)
16′ Echo Bourdon (from SW)
8′ Octave (ext.)
8′ ’Cello (ext.)
8′ Gedeckt (ext.)
8′ Still Gedeckt (from SW)
4′ Super Octave (ext. C.B.)
4′ Flute (ext.)
16′ Trombone
8′ Tromba (ext.)
Couplers
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Choir to Pedal
Swell to Pedal 4
Choir to Pedal 4
Swell to Great
Choir to Great
Swell to Choir
Choir to Swell
Great to ChoirSwell to Great 16
Choir to Great 16
Swell to Great 4
Choir to Great 4
Swell to Choir 16
Swell to Choir 4
1958 D.A. Flentrop, Adolphus Busch Hall
Made famous by the numerous recordings of E. Power Biggs.
Hoofdwerk
8′ Prestant
8′ Roerfluit
4′ Octaaf
4′ Speelfluit
2 2/3′ Nasard
2′ Vlakfluit
1 3/5′ Terts
IV Mixtuur
Rugpositief
8′ Holpijp
4′ ’Prestant
4′ Roerfluit
2′ Gemshoorn
1 1/3′ Quint
II Mixtuur
8′ Kromhoorn
Borstwerk
8′ Zingend Gedekt
4′ Koppelfluit
2′ Prestant
1′ Sifflet
8′ Regaal
Pedaal
16′ Bourdon
8′ Prestant
8′ Gedekt
4′ Fluit
III Mixtuur
16′ Fagot
8′ Trompet
Couplers
Hoofdwerk to Pedaal
Rugpositief to Pedaal
Borstwerk to Pedaal
Rugpositief to Hoofdwerk
Borstwerk to Hoofdwerk

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