Updated through online information from Jakeb Silva. -- I am a young organist and this organ is the instrument that I use for practice. This sanctuary was really built for a much larger instrument that was never purchased. This Visser-Rowland instrument was purchased ten-fifteen years after this sanctuary was built, so behind the free standing pipe case is a huge mesh wall which is where the original intended pipe chambers are located behind.
This organ has eleven working stops and a twelfth that is prepared for. Also this instrument has three manuals but only two manual divisions with manual II being the Great and manual III technically being the Swell/Positiv. Manual I is a coupler manual so instead of having to pull a coupler, the Great and Swell/Positiv are automatically coupled together here on this manual. As normal with a tracker instrument the manual to pedal couplers are above the pedal board.
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