Anglican Church of the Redeemer / Kingston Korean Church
89 Kirkpatrick St.
Kingston, ON K7K 7G4 CA
Organ ID: 72158
The Kinston Theatre Organ Society website also states, "The 28 ranks of the Kingston Kimball Organ, divided between two adjacent chambers, are: Post Horn, Silver trumpet, Tuba, Open Diapason/Diaphone, String Diapason II, Solo Tibia, Main Tibia, Clarinet, Oboe Horn, Krumet, Orchestral Oboe, Kinura, Cor Anglais, Saxophone, Violins (3 ranks), Cellos (2 ranks) (Gamba/Solo String), Muted Violins (2 ranks), Quintadena, Flute (2 ranks), Solo Vox Humana, Main Vox Humana, French Horn.
The following are obtained acoustically/electronically: Tibia Resultant 32′, Diaphone Resultant 32′, Grand Harmonics VII 32′, Tuned Percussions: Piano, Cathedral Chimes, Glockenspiel, Celesta, Xylophone, Wooden Bar Harp, Chrysoglott.
Plus a vast array of drums, cymbals, bells and whistles."
This entry represents the installation of a used theatre. The organ was originally built for the State Theatre in Youngstown, Ohio as a 3-manual, 12-rank instrument. The Kingston Theatre Organ Society website states, "the organ was rescued in the late 1970s and brought to Kingston. When no available suitable theatrical venue could be found, the organ was professionally installed, with much volunteer help, in the Anglican Church of the Redeemer in north Kingston." It was enlarged from 12 to 28 ranks, and the original pneumatic relays have been replaced with solid state switching.