Jaeckel Organ Company, Duluth MN
Opus 54
19 stops, 20 ranks, 1028 pipes


       Great, manual I, 58 keys
 1.    Open Diapason              8’           58 pipes
 2.    Rohr Flute                 8’           58 pipes
 3.    Octave                     4’           58 pipes
 4.    Traverse Flute             4’           46 pipes + 12 from #3
 5.    Super Octave               2’           58 pipes from #6
 6.    II-III Mixture             2’          144 pipes
 7.    Trumpet                    8’           58 pipes

       Swell, manual II, 58 keys, expressive
 8.    Stop’t Diapason            8’.          58 pipes
 9.    Dulciana                   8’           46 pipes + 12 from #8
10.    Unda Maris  (c13-g56)      8’           46 pipes
11.    Gemshorn                   4’           58 pipes
12.    II-III Sesquialtera        2-2/3’      162 pipes
13.    Oboe                       8’           58 pipes

       Pedal, 30 keys
14.    Sub-bass                  16’           30 pipes
15.    Open Diapason              8’           18 pipes + 12 from #1
16.    Gedackt                    8’           12 pipes + 18 from #14
17.    Choral Bass                4’           30 pipes
18.    Trombone                  16’           30 pipes
19.    Trumpet                    8’           30 pipes from #7

        Couplers
I to Pedal
II to Pedal
II-I

ORGAN ACCESSORIES AND DETAILS
- Suspended mechanical key action
- Electric stop action with pistons and 100 levels of memory 
- Bone naturals and grenadil sharps on manual keys
- AGO pedal keyboard
- Tremulant
- Solid white oak wood cabinet, fumed, and solid wood pipe shades.
- Mechanically-operated swell expression shutters.
- Cut-to-length open metal pipes with cone tuning.
- Soldered-on caps for stopped and half-stopped metal pipes.
- Well-tempered - temperament (tuning scheme): Neidhard 1724


 [Received from Gordon Hermanson 2015-10-31.]
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