OHS Database ID 1360.
The organ has been renovated and is no longer in its original state.
The organ is in good condition and in regular use.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition December 21, 2018.
Slider chests. Mechanical key action. Mechanical stop action.
One manual. 2 divisions. 9 stops. 9 registers. 9 ranks. 477 pipes. Manual compass is 58 notes. Pedal compass is 25 notes.
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. The organ has an attached keydesk.
Drawknobs in horizontal rows on terraced/stepped jambs. No enclosed divisions. Combination Action: Fixed mechanical system. Flat straight pedalboard.
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|Nave, Balcony, and Organ Case. Photograph by Fr. Jeremy A. Secrist 2015-09-01|
|Pipework and Writing on Organ Case. (Steamboat Frederick transported organ from St. Louis). Photograph by Fr. Jeremy A. Secrist 2015-09-01|
|Trackers. Photograph by Fr. Jeremy A. Secrist 2015-09-01|
|Keydesk. Photograph by Fr. Jeremy A. Secrist 2015-09-01|
|Keydesk, restored. Photograph by Fr. Jeremy Secrist 2017-04-24|
|Facade. Photograph by Fr. Jeremy Secrist 2017-07-18|
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St. Thomas, Missouri St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church J. G. Pfeffer 1897 ____________________________________________________ Unenclosed manual (58 notes) 8' Open Diapason - 58 pipes 8' Stopped Diapason - 58 pipes 8' Gamba (1-12 from Stopped Diapason) - 49 pipes 8' Dulciana - 58 pipes 4' Rohrflute - 58 pipes 4' Octave - 58 pipes 2 2/3' Twelfth - 58 pipes 2' Fifteenth - 58 pipes Pedal (25 notes) 16' Subbass - 25 pipes Pedal coupler Tremulant Bellows signal The original double-rise feeder bellows are extant, although the instrument had an electric blower installed somewhere around 1948 (following the tornado that destroyed the original bell tower). Pending restoration in the very near future, the instrument is currently not regularly used. [Received from Fr. Jeremy A. Secrist August 31, 2015]