This elegant two manual and pedal pipe organ was commissioned by the University of South Carolina School of Music in 1964 for use as a practice organ. As such, it received relatively little use. Of course, it has been immaculately maintained. It fits in an area 7 feet wide by 7 feet 2 inches deep by 10 feet high, so would be an excellent choice for a small church or a residence with an appropriately proportioned room.
There is a row of twelve wooden pipes, pictured above right, which are not shown in the picture above left.
|Manual I||Manual II||Pedal|
|8' Gedeckt 61 pipes||8' Gemshorn 49 pipes||16' Subbass 12 pipes|
|8' Gemshorn||4' Koppelflote 12 pipes||8' Bordun 61 pipes|
|4' Prinzipal 61 pipes||2' Blockflote 12 pipes||4' Choralbass 61 pipes|
|2' Prestant 12 pipes||1 1/3' Spitzquint 24 pipes||2' Gemshorn 61 pipes|
|Crescendo pedal||Motor control||Music Rack Light||Blower|
|Crescendo Indicator||Wind Indicator||Pedal Light||Power supply|
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