Westminster Presbyterian Church
Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania
Opus 67, under contract
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Opus  67 is a two manual and pedal mechanical key and stop action organ for a small chapel. In this intimate setting the organ needs to have a variety of stops to do a number of tasks. To accompany congregational singing it should have a clear Principal chorus. For weddings, it should have a brilliant effect. For funerals there needs to be quiet and meditative stops.   For playing the organ repertoire it should have good contrast in the two manuals and the color of many pitches. The addition of the Swell gives the organ fine control over the soft stops, a Viol 8' and a Céleste. The pedal  benefits from an 8' open string made of wood. The Diapason 8' on the Great will benefit from these open 8' bass pipes borrowed from the Pedal.
We hope that eventually the organ will have an 8' reed stop on the Swell to complete the specification.
This is an exciting project and a chance to make a superb instrument in a rather small package.

Great
Swell
Pedal
8'
Principal , bass common with pedal 8'
8'
Stopped Diapason, wood
16'
Subbass, wood 
8'
Chimney Flute
8'
Viol, stopped basses
8'
Violonbass, wood
4'
Octave
8'
Viol Celeste from  tenor f
2 2/3'
Twelfth,  from c'
4'
Recorder
2'
Fifteenth
1 3/5'
Tierce, from c'
 
Couplers:  Swell to Great, Great to Pedal, Swell to Pedal
Mechanical key and stop action 
Balanced swell pedal
Tremulant
Zimbelstern
Pipes of lead-tin alloys or seasoned wood made in the builder's workshop
Self contained wind system with traditional bellows with weights.
Case of solid hardwood 
Hand carved pipe shades.
Phone 540.886.3583