Opus 55: Duquesne University Chapel of the Holy Spirit – Pittsburgh, PA (2015)

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Clavier I, 61 keys

  • Bourdon 16’ (24 pipes of wood, 44 of 26% tin)
  • Montre 8’ (68 pipes of 75% tin)
  • Flûte harmonique 8’ (12 pipes of wood. 56 of 50% tin)
  • Gemshorn 8’ (68 rebuilt pipes)
  • Prestant 4’ (68 pipes of 50% tin)
  • III-V Plein-Jeu 2⅔’ (251 pipes of 50% tin)

Clavier II, expressive, 61 keys

  • Bourdon 8’ (18 pipes of wood, 43 of 26% tin)
  • Flûte 4’ (61 pipes of 50% tin)
  • Nasard 2⅔’ (61 pipes of 50% tin)
  • Doublette 2’ (61 pipes of 50% tin)
  • Tierce 1⅗’ (58 pipes of 50% tin, C1-a58)

Clavier III, expressive, 61 keys

  • Quintaton 16’ (37 rebuilt pipes, 31 of 50% tin)
  • Gambe 8’ (68 rebuilt pipes)
  • Voix céleste 8’ (49 rebuilt pipes)
  • Cor de nuit 8’ (12 pipes of wood, 56 of 26% tin)
  • Salicet 4’ (68 pipes of 50% tin)
  • Trompette harm. 8’ (68 pipes with 50% tin resonators)
  • Hautbois 8’ (68 pipes with 50% tin resonators)

Pédale, 32 keys

  • Resultant 32’ Pipes from #20
  • Soubasse 16’ 32 rebuilt pipes
  • Quintaton 16’ 32 rebuilt pipes from #12 above
  • Grosse Flûte 8’ 12 pipes from #3 above, 20 of 50% tin
  • Flûte 4’ 20 pipes from #22 above, 12 of 50% tin
  • Bombarde 16’ 32 pipes with 50% tin resonators

Couplers:

  • Tirasse I
  • Tirasse II
  • Tirasse III
  • Tirasse III – 4’
  • I-I 16’
  • I-I 4’
  • II-I 8’
  • III-I 16’
  • III-I 8’
  • III-I 4’
  • III-II 8’
  • III-III 16’
  • III-III 4’

Electric stop action includes couplers, pistons, sequencer, tutti, general cancel, and 100 levels of memory
24 stops, 25 ranks, 1458 pipes

Accessories and Details of Construction:
Suspended mechanical key action
Two tremblants
Flat/parallel (Cavaillé-Coll-style) pedal keyboard with additional
interchangeable AGO-style pedal keyboard
One set of mechanically operated swell shutters enclosing two manual divisions
Equal temperament tuning