Updated through online information from Terry Eason. -- The organ was originally contracted as a four manual organ, including exposed Positiv and enclosed Choir with roll top console. Several months afterwards, contract was revised to merge the Positiv and Choir into an enclosed Positiv and the console was changed to a three manual without a rolltop, which is how it was installed in April 1975. The stoplist shown is exactly correct as the organ was originally installed. The 1998 additions were exactly as shown as prepared for, except that the Festival Trumpet was not enclosed with the Positiv, but placed near the Great Trompete. The 32' Basson was installed as a digital stop, and not real pipes, along with the additional digital 32's that were not originally prepared for.
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield. -- Rebuilt in 1998, with switching and combination converted to solid-state, new pipework and two digital 32's added.
Identified from factory documents and publications courtesy of Stephen Schnurr.