Great                          Swell
   16' Open Diapason              16' Lieblich Gedeckt
   16' Bourdon                     8' Open Diapason
    8' Open Diapason               8' Salicional
    8' Gamba                       8' Vox Coelesitis
    8' Dulciana                    8' Aeolina
    8' Melodia                     8' Stopped Diapason
    8' Doppel Flute**              8' Quintadena
    4' Flute d'Amour               4' Flute Harmonique
    4' Octave                      4' Violina
2 2/3' Twelfth                     2' Flautino
    2' Fifteenth                   8' Cornopean
    8' Trumpet                     8' Oboe
                                   8' Vox Humana*
Choir                                 Tremulant
    8' Violin Diapason*
    8' Gemshorn*               Pedal
    8' Viola*                     16' Open Diapason
    8' Clarabella*                16' Violone
    4' Rohrflute*                 16' Bourdon*
    8' Concert Clarinet*          16' Lieblich Gedeckt (swell)
       Harp                        8' Violoncello
                                  16' Tuba*
Couplers unknown

Ranks marked with a single asterisk are by Besch; the Vox Humana 
and Bourdon are replacements for original Felgemaker ranks.

The Great Doppel Flute is specified as a Concert Flute in the Felgemaker
factory records; the pipes are standard Doppel Flute pipes, but are 
clearly labeled "Concert Flute".

Stoplist is reconstructed from the Felgemaker factory records, plus additional 
information from D. A. Broskowski, who has the Besch Company records. Besch 
electrified the original Felgemaker organ, and added the Choir division 
and Pedal Tuba.

 [Received from David Bohn 2015-03-24.]
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