Amherst, Massachusetts
University of Massachusetts

Gebr. OBERLINGER, 1976 - Original Specifications


HAUPTWERK                                    SCHWELLWERK (Expressive)
   16'    Pommer                    58          8'     Bourdon                   58
   8'     Principal                 58          8'     Salicional                58
   8'     Hohlpfeife                58          8'     Unda Maris          (tc)  46
   4'     Octave                    58          4'     Prestant                  58
   4'     Rohrflöte                 58          4'     Spillflöte                58
   2-2/3' Quinte                    58          2'     Doublette                 58
   2'     Superoctav                58          1-1/3' Larigot                   58
   2-fach Sesquialter              116          1'     Sifflöte                  58
   5-fach Mixtur                   290          4-fach Cornett    [mounted]     232
   3-fach Cymbel                   174          5-fach Plein jeu                290
   8'     Trompete                  58          16'    Dulcian                   58
                                                8'     Hautbois                  58
                                                       Tremulant
POSITIV
   8'     Quintade                  58       PEDAL
   8'     Gedackt                   58          16'    Subbass                   32
   4'     Principal                 58          16'    Quintatön                 32
   4'     Koppelflöte               58          8'     Principalbaß              32
   2-2/3' Nasat                     58          8'     Gedacktpommer             32
   2'     Octave                    58          4'     Choralbaß                 32
   2'     Blockflöte                58          2'     Nachthorn                 32
   1-3/5' Terz                      58          4-fach Pedalmixtur              128
   1-1/3' Quinte                    58          16'    Posaune                   32
   4-fach Scharff                  232          8'     Trompete                  32
   8'     Krummhorn                 58          4'     Schalmey                  32
   8'     Vox Humana                58
          Tremulant
          Glockenspiel             (37)


ACTION: Mech. Key       VOICES: 46      STOPS: 46      RANKS: 65      PIPES: 3,420
        Elec. Stop    (inc. Glocken)  (inc. Glocken)


COUPLERS                                     ACCESSORIES
   Schwellwerk-Pedal                            General                       1 - 5
   Hauptwerk-Pedal                              Schwellwerk                   1 - 5
   Positiv-Pedal                                Hauptwerk                     1 - 5
                                                Positiv                       1 - 5
   Schwellwerk-Hauptwerk                        Pedal                         1 - 5
   Positiv-Hauptwerk                            1 freie combination 
                                                2 pleno combinations
   Schwellwerk-Positiv                          8 buttons to cancel reeds individually


NOTES
The Concert Hall organ console and casework are of oak. The console has Grenadill wood
naturals and genine ivory accidentals on Palisander. Palisander wood with white letter-
ing is also used for all of the rocker tablet stop actions and the finger pistons.

Sources: Oberlinger brochure
Amherst, Massachusetts
University of Massachusetts - Organ Practice Studio (Rm. 170)

Gebr. OBERLINGER, 1976 - Original Specifications


MANUAL I                                     COUPLERS (Hitch-down)
   8'     Gedackt                   58          II-Pedal
   4'     Rohrflöte                 58           I-Pedal
   2'     Principal                 58
   3-fach Mixtur                   174          II-I
   8'     Krummhorn                 58


MANUAL II
   8'     Copula                    58
   4'     Quintade                  58
   2'     Gemshorn                  58       ACTION: Mech. Key and Stop
   1-1/3' Quinte                    58 
   2-fach Sesquialter                        VOICES: 13

                                             STOPS: 13
PEDAL
   16'    Subbaß                    32       RANKS: 16
   8'     Pommer                    32
   4'     Choralbaß                 32       PIPES: 



NOTES
The practice room studio organ casework is of oak. The console has Grenadill wood
naturals and genuine ivory accidentals on Palisander. Palisander wood with white 
lettering is also used for all of the drawknob stop actions. The Tremulant is
adjustable for both speed and depth. The keydesk is attached and projecting and
without a cover. Stops are in horizontal rows on either side of the keydesk.

Sources: Oberlinger brochure Amherst, Massachusetts
University of Massachusetts - Organ Recital Hall

Gebr. OBERLINGER, 1976 - Original Specifications


MANUAL I                                     COUPLERS (hitch-down)
   8'     Rohrflöte                 58          II – Pedal
   4'     Principal                 58           I - Pedal
   2'     Schwiegel                 58
   2-fach Sesquialter                           II - I
   4-fach Mixtur                   232


MANUAL II
   8'     Copula                    58
   4'     Blockflöte                58
   2'     Octave                    58
   1-1/3' Larigot                   58
   1'     Sifflöte                  58
   8'     Schalmey                  58
          Tremulant                          ACTION: Mech. Key & Stop

                                             VOICES: 16
PEDAL
   16'    Subbaß                    32       STOPS: 16
   8'     Pommer                    32
   4'     Choralbaß                 32       RANKS: 23
   4-fach Pedalmixtur              128
   16'    Dulcian                   32       PIPES:



NOTES
The Organ Recital Hall organ console and casework are of oak. The console has Grenadill
wood naturals and genuine ivory accidentals on Palisander. Palisander wood with white
lettering is also used for all of the drawknobs. The Tremulant is adjustable for both
speed and depth. The keydesk is attached and without a cover. The drawknobs are in
vertical rows on flat jambs on either side of the keydesk.

Sources: Oberlinger brochure

 [Received from James R. Stettner 2015-12-08.]
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