OHS Database ID 49885.
The organ has been altered from the original installation as described here.
The organ is in good condition and in regular use.
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Longview, Texas First Baptist Church Schantz Contract #2302 2010 This contract involves the cleaning, pipe restoration/ rebuilding and tonal regulation of portions (Great, Positive, Bombarde and Pedal) of Æolian-Skinner Op. 1174. This instrument suffered the collapse of the chamber (plaster-on-lathe) ceiling. In cases where existing pipework is damaged beyond repair, replica pipework will be fabricated utilizing Æolian-Skinner pipe metal composition, construction and marking techniques. Voicing techniques and methodology applied to the Indianapolis (A-S Op. 1490) and Fort Wayne (Op. 1171-B) projects should be utilized in this instance. The remainder of the organ (Swell, Choir and Gallery) and its console remain on site. _____________________________________________________ GREAT 4" wind BOMBARDE 6" wind 16' Quintaten 61 IV-VI Cornet 8' Principal 61 8' Trompette Harmonique 61 hooded 8' Flûte Harmonique 61 4' Clairon Harmonique 61 hooded 8' Spitzflöte 61 4' Octave 61 PEDAL 4' Flûte Couverte 61 32' Bourdon 5 2 2/3' Twelfth 61 16' Contrebasse 32 2' Fifteenth 61 16' Bourdon 32 VI Fourniture 366 16' Viola 32 IV Cymbel 244 16' Quintaten GT Chimes 25 16' Gedeckt SW Harp CH 8' Principal 32 Celesta CH 8' Spitzflöte 32 8' Bourdon 12 POSITIV 3" wind 8' Gedeckt SW 8' Nason Flute 61 8' Viola 12 4' Nachthorn 61 4' Choralbass 32 2 2/3' Nasard 61 4' Nachthorn 32 2' Blockflöte 61 III Fourniture 5 1/3' 96 1 3/5' Tierce 61 32' Bombarde 12 SW 1' Sifflöte 61 16' Ophicleide 32 16' Bombarde SW 8' Posaune 12 4' Clarion 12 Chimes GT 16' Gallery Bourdon 12 GA [Received online from Jeff Scofield June 30, 2012]