Opus 52: First Lutheran Church – Duluth, MN (2010)

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The organ is in a gallery-level case at the rear of the room. Traditional style console with a keyboard cover that can be lifted to form a music rack. There is an attached keydesk en fenêtre.

Three manuals. 4 divisions. 55 stops. 73 ranks. Manual compass is 58 notes. Pedal compass is 30 notes.

Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.

Drawknobs in horizontal rows on terraced/stepped jambs. Balanced swell shoes/pedals, standard AGO placement.

First Lutheran Church’s web page on this organ can be found here: http://www.flcduluth.org/education/music/jaekel-organ/

Great (II) 58 keys
  • Principal 16′ (7 pipes from Pedal 16′, 51 pipes of 75% tin)
  • Principal 8′ (58 pipes of 75% tin)
  • Viola 8′ (58 pipes of 50% tin)
  • Harmonic Flute 8′ (30 rebuilt pipes, 28 new pipes of 26% tin)
  • Rohrflöte 8′ (18 wood pipes, 40 of 15% tin)
  • Octave 4′ (58 pipes of 26% tin)
  • Quint 2⅔’ (58 pipes of 26% tin)
  • Octave 2′ (58 pipes of 26% tin)
  • V Cornet 8′ (160 pipes of 50% tin (c25-g56))
  • II-III Mixture 2⅔’ (162 pipes of 26% tin)
  • IV-V Mixture 1⅓’ (272 pipes of 26% tin)
  • Trompete 16′ (58 pipes with 26% tin resonators)
  • Trompete 8′ (58 pipes with 26% tin resonators)
Swell (III) 58 keys
  • Contragambe 16′ (12 pipes from Positive 16′, 46 rebuilt pipes)
  • Diapason 8′ (58 rebuilt pipes)
  • Viole de gambe 8′ (58 pipes of 50% tin)
  • Céleste 8′ (46 rebuilt pipes (c13-a58))
  • Flûte conique 8′ (12 pipes of wood, 46 of 15% tin)
  • Flûte traverse 4′ (58 rebuilt pipes)
  • Violine 4′ (18 new pipes of 50% tin, 40 rebuilt pipes)
  • Piccolo 2′ (58 pipes of 50% tin)
  • IV Fourniture 2′ (232 pipes of 50% tin)
  • Trompette 16′ (12 new pipes with 50% tin resonators, 46 rebuilt pipes)
  • Trompette harmonique 8′ (58 pipes with 50% tin resonators)
  • Oboe 8′ (58 rebuilt pipes)
  • Voix humaine 8′ (58 rebuilt pipes)
  • Clairon harmonique 4′ (58 pipes with 50% tin resonators)
Positive (I) 58 keys
  • Bourdon 16′ (12 rebuilt pipes, 46 new pipes of 26% tin)
  • Principal 8′ (58 pipes of 75% tin)
  • Gedackt 8′ (12 pipes of wood, 46 of 15% tin)
  • Quintadena 8′ (12 pipes from Gedackt, 46 of 15% tin)
  • Octave 4′ (58 pipes of 26% tin)
  • Rohrflöte 4′ (58 pipes of 15% tin)
  • Nassat 2⅔’ (58 pipes of 15% tin)
  • Octave 2′ (58 pipes of 26% tin)
  • Blockflöte 2′ (58 pipes of 15% tin)
  • Terz 1⅗’ (58 pipes of 15% tin)
  • Sifflöte 1⅓’ (58 pipes of 26% tin)
  • IV Scharff 1′ (232 pipes of 26% tin)
  • Dulzian 16′ (58 pipes with 26% tin resonators)
  • Krummhorn 8′ (58 pipes with 26% tin resonators)
  • Trechterregal 8′ (58 pipes with 26% tin resonators)
Pedal, 30 keys
  • Untersatz 32′ (5 new pipes, 7 rebuilt, 18 from Subbass)
  • Principal 16′ (30 pipes of 75% tin)
  • Violonbass 16′ (12 new wood pipes, 18 rebuilt metal pipes)
  • Subbass 16′ (30 rebuilt pipes)
  • Principal 8′ (30 pipes of 50% tin)
  • Gemshorn 8′ (30 rebuilt pipes)
  • Choralbass 4′ (30 pipes of 50% tin)
  • IV Mixture 2⅔’ (30 new pipes of 50% tin, 90 rebuilt pipes)
  • Contraposaune 32′ (12 new pipes with wood resonators, 18 from Posaune)
  • Posaune 16′ (30 pipes with 26% tin resonators)
  • Trompete 8′ (30 pipes with 50% tin resonators)
  • Klarine 4′ (30 pipes with 26% tin resonators)
  • Kornett 2′ (30 pipes with 15% tin resonators)

55 stops, 72 ranks, 3593 pipes

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