Updated by Marian Ruhl Metson, who has heard or played the organ. Munetaka Yokota added a Trompete 8\' to Manual I with an extension to the pedal and and a Quint 1 1/3 to Manual II in 2004. These stops were dedicated in a recital played by Paul Tegels of PLU, Tacoma WA on September 26, 2004
Updated through on-line information from Eric Mackensen. -- The organ is unique in that it is the first parish organ to be completely built on-site in perhaps three centuries. The congregation built a workshop onsite (later converted to classrooms) Every element was created here including the pouring and manufacturing of pipes.
Updated through on-line information from Eric Mackensen.
Status Note: There 1996.
Kellner-Bach (1/5 Pythagorean Comma) temperament, A-440. Wind System: One single-fold wedge bellows with electric blower (no wind stabilizer). Materials: Solid wood for all wooden parts; 75% tin for Principal 8' and Unda maris 8'; 28% tin for Gedackt 8'; 23% tin for all other metal pipes; Pine for Untersatz 16' and Posaune 16'. Prepared Stops: Trompete 8' for Manual I and Pedal (transmission); Quinte 1 1/3' for Manual II. The organ is housed in a red baroque style case. Borrows can be played from either manual, but not both simultaneously.