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opus 87  iv/77 ranks - electric slider

St. Andrew United Methodist Church

Plano, Texas

What an instrument! I was absolutely thrilled at what I heard; there was such cohesion and power. The principals, the flutes, the strings – wow. I was especially drawn to the Festival Trumpet and the Tuba. This is the first organ to convince me that a Tuba is virtually indispensable. I also fell in love with the Swell Oboe. — Melvin West


  Great
16′Double Diapason
8′First Diapason
8′Second Diapason
8′Harmonic Flute
8′Stopped Diapason
4′Principal
4′Open Flute
2-2/3′Twelfth
2′Fifteenth
1-1/3′Mixture IV-VI
8′Trumpet
4′Clarion
 Tremulant
8′Festival Trumpet (SO)
8′Tuba (SO)
 Chimes (CH)
  Swell (expressive)
16′Contra Gamba
8′Diapason
8′Gamba
8′Gamba Celeste
8′Bourdon
4′Principal
4′Spindle Flute
2-2/3′Nazard
2′Fifteenth
1-3/5′Tierce
2′Full Mixture V
16′Double Trumpet
8′Trumpet
8′Oboe
8′Vox Humana
4′Clarion
 Tremulant
  Solo (expressive)
8′Concert Flute
8′Orchestral Viole
8′Viole Celeste
8′Cornet V
8′Corno di Bassetto
8′French Horn
 Tremulant
8′Festival Trumpet
8′Tuba
 Harp
 Celesta
 Chimes (CH)
  Choir (expressive)
16′Lieblich Gedeckt
8′Geigen Principal
8′Chimney Flute
8′Flute Celeste II
4′Geigen Octave
4′Wald Flute
2-2/3′Nazard
2′Block Flute
1-3/5′Tierce
1′Sharp Mixture IV
8′Trumpet
8′Cromorne
 Tremulant
8′Festival Trumpet (SO)
8′Tuba (SO)
 Chimes
 Harp (SO)
 Zimbelstern
  Pedal
32′Double Open Wood
32′Contra Bourdon
16′Open Wood
16′Open Diapason
16′Bourdon
16′Contra Gamba (SW)
10-2/3′Quint
8′Principal
8′Bourdon
4′Choral Bass
2-2/3′Mixture III
32′Contra Trombone
16′Trombone
16′Double Trumpet (SW)
8′Trumpet
4′Schalmey
8′Festival Trumpet (SO)
8′Tuba (SO)

Usual suboctave, unison and octave couplers