Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
According to a November 2008 email received from [then] organist Justin Hartz, "Lets just say the most reliable portion of the organ is the Austin console...circa 1977. And I have a new adjustable bench with backrest thanks to Gluck, NY and OSI :) There are a few mid Nineteenth century wooden flutes in the organ, along with some ranks from the 1930's Moller which Duddy replaced after a previous organist's hobby project stopped working shortly after its completion.
40 ranks, 3MP in 1970's "French" fashion - ie there are many misspelled French stop names which have little or nothing to do with what's actually in the chamber - or attached to the chancel wall. Electric action."
Identified through on-line information from James R. Stettner.
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