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Casavant Fréres Ltée. Opus 3984, 1991

The instrument was built by the Casavant
Fréres company of Québec, Canada

 

This beautiful instrument fills the church at Crane Road. It has a gorgeous combination of sounds from the rich, warm strings to the light and airy flutes to the principal chorus and trumpet.

The instrument is maintained by the fine technicians of Erickson, Christian and Associates in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

It is featured in the Organ Historical Society’s Pipe Organ Database.

The instrument is unaltered from its original condition. It’s a traditional style console with roll top. The organ contains 2 manuals (keyboards), 3 divisions, 25 stops (sounds), 28 ranks and 20 registers. There are 1516 pipes. The manuals contain 61 notes and the pedalboard contains 32. The pedalboard is an AGO standard (concave radiating) pedalboard.

organ1Organ Specifications

  • Electro-pneumatic chests
  • Tilting/Rocking tablets above top manual
  • Balanced swell shoes/pedals, standard AGO placement
  • Crescendo Pedal
  • Reversible full organ/tutti toe stud
  • Combination action thumb pistons
  • Combination action toe studs
  • Coupler reversible thumb pistons
  • Coupler reversible toe studs

GRAND ORGUE

8’ Montre 61

8’ Flûte à cheminée 61

4’ Prestant 61

4’ Flûte à fuseau conique 61

2’ Flûte 61

II Cornet (from AA) 104

IV Fourniture 244

8’ Trompette 61

8’ Trompette-en-chamade (prepared for, not yet installed)

RÉCIT

8’ Bourdon 61

8’ Viole de gambe 61

8’ Voix cèleste tc 49

4’ Flûte 61

2’ Doublette 61

1-1/3’ Quinte 61

III Cymbale 183

8’ Hautbois 61

Tremblant Unisson Muet

8’ Trompette-en-chamade (prepared for, not yet installed)

PÉDALE

16’ Soubasse (wood) 32

8’ Octavebasse 32

8’ Flûte bouchée GO

4’ Octave 32

III Mixture 96

16’ Bombarde F/L 12 GO

8’ Trompette GO

4’ Clairon GO

8’ Trompette-en-chamade pf GO