Sanctuary Organ (2009)

THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
in the City of New York
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HOME TO THE Guilmant Organ School, the first institution devoted to the teaching of church music in America, The First Presbyterian Church continues its distinguished tradition of choral music, preaching, and concerts as it begins its fourth century as part of this nation’s history.

OUR TONAL DIRECTOR
was given the freedom to realize an instrument capable of performing the full body of the organ repertoire, in addition to providing a pipe organ to support the soloists, choirs, and orchestra of the church for concerts and liturgy. Amongst the more unusual ideas is the Werck, a “hyper-Great” inspired by the 17th-century Hamburg school. The organ’s flexibility reveals its many capabilities as one reviews the stoplist.



32’
16’
8’
8'
4'


16'




16’
8’
8’
8’
8’
8’
4’
4’
4’
2-
2⁄3
2’
2’


8’
8’
8’+4’







16’
8’
8’
8’
8’
8’
8’
4’
4’
2’

16’
8’
8’
8’
4’

16’

4’

WERCK
(Manual II)

Quintadehn
Præstandt
Octava
Spitzflöte (Pedal)
Supra Octava
Mixtur IV ranks
Zimbel III ranks
Fagott
Werck Silent

GREAT ORGAN
(Manual II)

Bourdon (Swell)
First Diapason
Second Diapason
Chimney Flute
Harmonic Flute (Solo)
Erzähler
Principal
Octave
Night Horn
Twelfth
Fifteenth
Koppelpfeife
Mixture IV
Cornet V
Trumpet
Clarinet (Choir)
Grand Jeu
Chimes
Tremulant
Great Silent

SWELL ORGAN
(Manual III)

Bourdon
Geigen Diapason
Stopped Diapason
Salicional
Voix Céleste
Flûte Conique
Flûte Céleste
Geigen Octave
Chimney Flute
Octavin
Full Mixture V ranks
Double Trumpet
Harmonic Trumpet
Hautboy
Vox Humana
Clarion
Tremulant
Swell to Swell
Swell Silent
Swell to Swell



8’
8’
8’
8’
4’
2’






16’
8’
4’


32’
16’
16’
16’
16’
16’
16’
16’
16’
10-
2⁄3
8’
8’
8’
8’
8’
8’
5-
1⁄3
4’
4’
2’

32’
32’
16’
16’
16’
16’
16’
8’
8’
8’
4’
4’

TOWER ORGAN
(Floating)

Principal
Holzgedeckt
Viola Dolce
Unda Maris
Prestant
Doublette
Fourniture IV

TUBA ORGAN
(Floating)

Cornet V (Great)
Grand Chorus VIII (Solo)
Tuba Magna
Tuba Major
Tuba Clarion

PEDAL ORGAN
Contra Sub Bass
Open Diapason Wood
Open Diapason Metal
Sub Bass
Præstandt (Werck)
Spitz Bass
Double Gemshorn (Choir)
Bourdon (Swell)
Tower Bass
Contra Quint
Principal
Stopped Flute
Spitzflöte
Præstandt (Werck)
Stopped Diapason (Swell)
Gemshorn (Choir)
Quint
Fifteenth
Spitzflöte
Choral Bass
Mixture III ranks
Harmonics
Helicon
Posaune
Bombarde (Solo)
Double Trumpet (Swell)
Fagott (Werck)
Bass Clarinet (Choir)
Trumpet
Fagott (Werck)
Clarinet (Choir)
Clarion
Rohrschalmei
Chimes




16’
8’
8’
8’
8’
4’
4’
2-
2⁄3
2’
1-
3⁄5
1-
1⁄3

16’
8’
8’
8’



16’

4’

8’
8’
8’
4’
2’




8’
8’
8’
8’
4’
4’

8’
8’
8’
16’
8’
4’


16’

4’

CHOIR ORGAN
(Manual I)

Double Gemshorn
Principal
Doppelflöte
Gemshorn
Gemshorn Céleste
Prestant
Flute
Nazard
Recorder
Tierce
Larigot
Mixture III ranks
Bass Clarinet
Trumpet Minor
Flügelhorn
Clarinet
Chimes
Zimbelstern
Tremulant
Choir to Choir
Choir Silent
Choir to Choir

First Diapason (Great)
Chimney Flute (Great)
Erzähler (Great)
Principal (Great)
Fifteenth (Great)
Mixture IV (Great)

SOLO ORGAN
(Manual IV)

Spitzflöte (Pedal)
Viola Major
Viola Céleste
Harmonic Flute
Principal
Orchestral Flute
Grand Chorus VIII ranks
French Horn
English Horn
Corno di Bassetto
Bombarde Harmonique
Trompette Harmonique
Clairon Harmonique
Chimes
Tremulant
Solo to Solo
Solo Silent
Solo to Solo

To view and download a more detailed stoplist, please click here.