Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd

Brooklyn, Ohio
Built 1997
Currently Available

David Boe (Oberlin Conservatory), consultant
Like-new condition; sale stems from dissolution of congregation and sale of the property.

The unorthodox aisle-straddling design utilizes the most advantageous acoustical position in the church. Potential for reconfiguring the organ includes lowering the console to floor level (reduces the height by 1.5ft), and eliminating or modifying the support posts on the right side of the instrument.

CD available:  “Craig Cramer at The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd” Contact Hal Gober, (440) 985-8782

For inquiries or expressions of interest in acquiring the organ, contact
Dick Anter, eaglerock@cox.net or (440) 539-4949.

Mechanical (suspended) playing and stop action 

Key compass 56/30, Manual keyboards with bone naturals and ebony sharps

Metal pipes of 97% lead, including hand-burnished façade pipes

Mortise-and-tenoned, frame-and-panel case of solid white oak, fumed and oiled, with ebonized accents

Hand-carved basswood pipeshades in a contemporary style; Hebrew letters representing four major prophets on one side, symbols of the Evangelists on the other

Dimensions: 28’h x 16’w x 4’d

 


Hauptwerk

Bourdon
Prinzipal
Viola da Gamba
Gedackt
Oktave
Rohrflöte
Quinte
Oktave
Mixtur
Trompete


(Man. I)

16′
8′ façade
8′
8′
4′
4′
2 2/3’
2′
IV
8′



Oberwerk

Rohrflöte
Traversflöte
Koppelflöte
Spitzflöte
Sesquialtera
Dulzian


(Man. II)

8′
8′ façade
4′
2′
II
8′



Pedal

Prinzipal
Subbass
Oktave
Quinte
Choralbass
Nachthorn
Posaune
Trompete


Pedal

16′ façade
16′
8′ (Prinzipal 16′)
5 1/3′
4′
façade 2′
16′
8′ (Posaune 16′)


Zimbelstern
Tremulant
Couplers II/I, I/P, II/P