The Phelps Organ at Grace Lutheran Church, Paris, Illinois

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This organ is unique in that the design was a collaboration between Lutheran organ designer Paul Bunjes and Lawrence Phelps. The balcony was added to accomodate the organ; the Great organ is on the balcony rail in the usual "Rückpositiv" location behind the organ console. The pedal division is located both on top and to the sides of the expressive Chor division of the main case against the back wall. This was the last Phelps instrument to be built.

Specification

Stop List

Great (I)
56 notes
40mm wind pressure
18'Rohrgedackt
24'Principal
34'Spillfloete
42'Blockfloete
51 1/3'Quintenona II
61'Mixtur III
78'Trompette
 
Chor (II)
56 notes, expressive
40mm wind pressure
88'Barduen
98'Unda Maris
(TC)
104'Spitzfloete
112'Fugara
122 2/3'Sesquialtera II (TC)
131'Zimbel III
148'Krummhorn
  Tremulant
 
Pedal
32 notes
45mm wind pressure
1516'Gedacktbass
168'Offenbass
174'Choralbass
182'Rauschquinte II
191'Scharf II
2016'Chalumeau

Couplers

Action