East Liberty Presbyterian Church
Pittsburgh, PA
2007 — 140 ranks
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Richard at ELPC


Retired organist Rev. Dr. J. Richard Szeremany has recorded several videos explaining the organ; here he demonstrates the four families of organ tone color. Check out their other YouTube videos for more demonstrations of the organ and views of the chancel.



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East Liberty Presbyterian Church

           GREAT
16’      Diapason
16’      Bourdon
8’        First Diapason
8’        Second Diapason
8’        Third Diapason
8’        Violoncello 
8’        Claribel Flute
8’        Bourdon
8’        Gemshorn
8’        String Organ VI (floating)
5 ‘    Quint
4’        Principal
4’        Octave
4’        Flute
3 ‘    Tenth
2 ‘     Twelfth
2’        Fifteenth
2’        Flageolet
1 ‘    Seventeenth
1 ‘     Plein Jeu IV
2‘       Harmonics V (expressive)
16‘     Contra Tromba (expressive)
8‘       Tromba (expressive)
4‘       Octave Tromba (expressive)
8‘       Trompette en Chamade (Antiphonal)
4‘       Trompette en Chamade (Antiphonal)
8‘       Tuba Mirabilis (Solo)
8‘       State Trumpet (Solo)
          Tremulant
          Chimes
          Harp
          Greet Reeds Off Great
          Great to Great 16–UO–4
 
          SWELL
16‘     Contre Gambe (extension of 8‘ Viole de Gambe)
16‘     Bourdon
8‘       Diapason
8‘       Geigen Diapason
8’        Nachthorn
8’        Stopped Diapason
8’        Viole de Gambe
8’        Voix celeste (low c)
8’        Salicional
8’        Salicional Celeste (low c)
8’        Flauto dolce
8’        Flute celeste (tenor c)
8’        String Organ VI (floating)
4’        Octave
4’        Flute ∆ 
2’        Super Octave
2’        Flautino
2’        Chorus mixture IV
1’        Cymbale III
16’      Double Trumpet
8’        French Trumpet
8’        Cornopean
8’        Oboe
8’        Vox humana
4’        Clarion
8’        Tuba Mirabilis (Solo)
8’        State Trumpet (Solo)
           Tremulant
           Harp
           Chimes
           Great Reeds on Swell
           Swell to Swell 16–UO–4
 
           CHOIR
16’      Contre Viole (extension of 8‘ Viole d’Orchestre) 
16’      Quintaton
8’        Diapason
8’        Concert Flute
8’        Chimney Flute
8’        Viole d’Orchestre
8’        Viole celeste (low c)
8’        Erzahler
8’        Kleine Erzahler (tenor c)
8’        String Organ VI (floating)
4’        Fugara
4’        Violina
4’        Spindle Flute
2 ‘    Nasard
2’        Piccolo
1 ‘    Tierce
1 ‘    Larigot
1‘        Sifflute 
2‘        Full Mixture V
32’      Contra Bassoon (extension of 16‘ Bassoon)
16’      Bassoon
8’        Corno di basetto
8’        Orchestral Oboe
8’        Trumpet
4’        Clarion
8’        Trompette en Chamade (Antiphonal)
8’        Tuba Mirabilis (Solo)
8’        State Trumpet (Solo)
           Tremulant
           Harp
           Chimes
           Great Reeds on Choir
           Choir to Choir 16–UO–4
 
          SOLO
8’       Gamba
8’       Gamba celeste (low c)
8’       String Organ VI (floating)
8’       Flauto Mirabilis
4’       Orchestral Flute
8’       Cornet V (g20 – c61)
8’       English Horn
8’       French Horn
8’       Tuba Minor
8’       State Trumpet (unenclosed)
8’       Tuba Mirabilis (hooded)
8’       Trompette en Chamade (Antiphonal)
          Tremulant
          Harp
          Celesta
          Chimes
          Cymbelstern
          Rossignol
          Great Reeds on Solo
          Solo to Solo 16–UO–4
   
          ANTIPHONAL *
8'       Diapason
8'       Melodia
4'       Octave
4'       Hohlflöte
2'       Fifteenth
1 ‘    Mixture IV
8'       Tuba
4'       Tuba Clarion
 
          ANTIPHONAL EXPRESSIVE *
8'       Zartflöte
8'       Viole
8'       Vox Angelica
4'       Fernflöte
2'       Blockflöte
16'     Bassoon-Oboe
8'       Oboe (extension)
8'       Echo Vox Humana
          Tremulant
          Echo Chimes
 
          ANTIPHONAL PEDAL *
16'     Major Bass
16'    Gemshorn
8'      Octave (extension of 16' Major Bass)
8'      Gemshorn (extension)
16'    Bassoon (from Ant. Exp.)
8'      Bassoon (from Ant. Exp.)
4'      Bassoon (from Ant. Exp.)
 
(* - all work on Antiphonal divisions to be done later)
 
          PEDAL
32’     Bourdon    (extension of 16‘ Bourdon)
16’     Double Open Diapason 
16’     Contrabass
16’     Bourdon
16’     Diapason (Great)
16’     Contre Gambe (Swell)
16’     Contre Viole (Choir)
16’     Bourdon (Great)
16’     Echo Lieblich Gedeckt (Swell)
16’     Quintaton (Choir)
8‘       Octave Metal
8‘       Principal (extension of 16‘ Contrabass)
8‘       Octave Wood (extension of 16‘ Diapason)
8‘       Stopped Flute
8‘       Gambe (Swell)
8‘       Bourdon (Great)
8‘       Still Gedackt (Swell)
8‘       Quintaton (Choir)
8‘       String Organ VI (floating)
4‘       Fifteenth
4‘       Cantus Flute
2 ‘    Nineteenth
2‘       Twenty-Second
1 ’     Mixture IV
32‘     Grand Cornet VI (derived)
32‘     Contra Bombarde (extension of 16’ Bombarde)
32‘     Contra Bassoon (Choir)
16’      Bombarde
16’      Double Trumpet (Swell)
16’      Bassoon (Choir)
8’        Tromba
8’        Bassoon (Choir)
4’        Tromba Clarion (extension of 8’ Tromba)
4’        Schalmei
8’        Trompette en Chamade    (Antiphonal)
8’        Tuba Mirabilis (Solo)
8’        State Trumpet (Solo)
           Tremulant
           Chimes
           Harp
           Great Reeds On Pedal
           Unison Off

           COUPLERS
           Swell to Great 16–8–4
           Choir to Great 16–8–4
           Solo to Great 16–8–4
           Great to Choir 8
           Choir to Swell 8
           Solo to Swell 8
           Swell to Choir 16–8–4
           Solo to Choir 8
           Pedal to Choir 8
           Great to Solo 8–4
           Swell to Solo 8–4
           Choir to Solo 8
           Great to Pedal 8–4
           Swell to Pedal 8–4
           Choir to Pedal 8–4
           Solo to Pedal 8–4
           Antiphonal to Pedal 8
           Ant. Exp. to Pedal 8

120 ranks - chancel

20 ranks - antiphonal