Cohoes, New York
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church

C.E. Morey, No. 200, 1903

Compasses: 61/27 (handbook gives this pedal compass, not typical for Morey or with a concave pedalboard, but also specifies 30 pipes for the pedal stops)
Metal pipes of spotted metal.
Original wind power by Ross Water Engine, no blowing handle provided.
Stop details recorded from an in-person examination of the instrument for documentation in the O.H.S. handbook by E.A. Boadway.
Oak case with "an uninspired fence of gilded Great bass pipes and dummies".
Stops recorded in console order, which because of the mechanical stop action layout, also indicates the order of stops on the chest.


8' Open Diapason     
8' Gamba
8' Dulciana          1-7 Quintadena basses
8' Melodia           1-12 stopped wood, remainder open wood
4' Octave
4' Flute d'Amour*    wood with bored stoppers, 24 open metal trebles
2 2/3' Twelfth
2' Fifteenth
III Mixture          2, 1 1/3, 1, breaking at c25: 4, 2 2/3, 2
8' Trumpet           12 open flue trebles
* omitted from the handbook stoplist, but described in the documentation


16' Bourdon Treble   t.c. wood
16' Bourdon Bass     1-12 wood
8' Open Diapason     1-12 stopped metal basses
8' Salicional        1-12 Quintadena 
8' Aeoline           1-12 Quintadena 
8' Vox Celeste       t.c.
8' Stop'd Diapason   wood, 12 open metal trebles
4' Violina
4' Flute Harmonic    harmonic from c25
2' Flautina
III Dolce Cornet
8' Oboe with Bassoon 12 open flue trebles


16' Open Diapason    wood, divided and visible at case sides
16' Bourdon          wood, across rear of organ


Swell to Great (on-off piston)
Great to Pedal (knob)
Swell to Pedal (on-off piston)

Labeled Pedal movements:
Great: Forte, Mezzo
Swell: Forte, Piano
Gr. to Ped. Reversible     

 [Received from Scot Huntington 2015-04-19.]
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