Identified through online information from Mark Schmalz. -- Updated by Mark Schmalz, who has heard or played the organ.
Independent (non-unified) principal and flute choruses. Clear, well-articulated flues - reeds balanced throughout the scale. Pedal reeds speak with authority. Warm, diffuse sound clearly audible throughout the large, round contemporary-designed (c. 1950s) room with relatively low ceiling sloping upward toward a large lantern above the centrally-placed altar.
Organ case with attractively placed pipes is divided behind and on either side of altar, with console placed to the right and rear of the organ (facing altar).
Original instrument featured Diapason and Flute units designed by Byron Arneson (c. 1965-66). Originally envisioned specification completed subsequently at unknown date, with full principal and flute choruses on each division.
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