First Church in Oberlin (UCC) Oberlin, Ohio
 
This eclectic instrument for historic First Church in Oberlin takes a leaf from 19th-century New England organbuilding. Housed in an existing case, the new organ also incorporates a number of stops from an E.M. Skinner organ built for another Oberlin church in 1914. Organ dimension - 18ft h x 30ft w x 10ft d
  GREAT MANUAL I   SWELL
MANUAL II   PEDAL
 
Double Diapason
Open Diapason
Salicional
Flute Harmonique
Bourdon
Octave
Flute
Twelfth
Fifteenth
Mixture
Cornet
Trumpet
Clarinet

16'
8' façade
8'
8'
8'
4'
4'
2 2/3'
2'
VI
V g
8'
8' s prep.

Bourdon
Principal
Stopped Diapason
Viola da Gamba
Vox Coelestis
Principal
Flauto Traverso
Nazard
Flautino
Tierce
Mixture
Bassoon
Cornopean
Clarion
Oboe
Tremolo
16' s
8'
8' s
8' s
8' s
4'
4' s
2 2/3'
2' s
1 3/5'
IV
16'
8'
4'
8'
Contrabourdon
Wood Diapason
Double Diapason
Bourdon
Violone
Octave
Bourdon
Violoncello
Superoctave
Trombone
Trumpet
Clarion
Couplers:
Swell to Great
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
32' ext. Bourdon 16', prep.
16' s
16' ext. Octave 8'
16' s
16' ext. Violoncello 8', prep.
8' façade
8' s ext. Bourdon 16'
16' façade, prep.
4'
16'
8' ext. Trombone 16'
4'
     
     
     
           
          s = Skinner pipes
   
   
40 stops from 35 sets of pipes, with prepared-for stops. Total number of pipes - 2454. Keyboard compass: 58/32 Mechanical key action (electric action for
certain Pedal pipes). Electric stop action with electronic combination action.
       
 
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