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St. Philip Presbyterian Church

St. Philip

The St. Philip organ is used for daily practice sessions, weekly lessons, and many degree recitals. The church also offers opportunities for student internships, accompanying, and solo performances.

St. Philip Presbyterian Church
Paul Fritts and Company (2009)
Mechanical action
III/Ped 45 stops

Specifications

GREAT   POSITIVE SWELL  
*Principal 16' Principal 8' Principal 8'
Octave 8' Gedackt 8' Bourdon 8'
Rohrflöte 8' Quintadena 8' Violdigamba 8'
Salicional 8' Octave 4' Voix Celeste 8'
Octave 4' Rohrflöte 4' Octave 4'
Spitzflöte 4' Larigot 1 1/3' Koppelflöte 4'
Quint 2 2/3' Octave 2' Nasat 2 2/3'
Octave 2' Sesquialtera II Blockflöte 2'
Terz 1 3/5' Scharff IV-VI Tierce 1 3/5'
Mixture IV-VII Dulcian 8' Mixtur IV-V
Cornet (mounted) V     Fagott 16'
Trompet 16'     Trompet 8'
Trompet 8'     Hautbois 8'
Trompet 4'
Baarpfeife 8'

PEDAL   Swell to Great
Principal 16' Positive to Great
Subbaß 16' Swell to Positive
Octave 8' Great to Pedal
*Bourdon 8' Swell to Pedal
Octave 4' Positive to Pedal
Mixture VI-VIII  
*Posaune 32' Polished tin front pipes
Posaune 16' Solid wood casework with carved pipe shades
Trompet 8' Suspended key action
Trompet 4' Mechanical stop action with electric pre-set system
    Variable tremulant
    Wind stabilizer
    Foot pumping option for winding

*Some pipes transmitted from other stops