Port Jervis, New York.
First Baptist Church

F.J.N. TALLMAN, No. 50., 1900 - Original Specifications


     GREAT                                   COUPLERS
8'   Open Diapason               61          Swell to Pedal
8'   Melodia                     61          Great to Pedal
8'   Dulciana              (tc)  49
4'   Principal                   61          Swell to Great
2'   Fifteenth                   61

                                             FOOT TRUNDLES
     SWELL (Expressive)                        None
8'   Violin Diapason       (tc)  49
8'   Salicional            (tc)  49
8'   Stopped Diapason            61          PEDAL MOVEMENTS</u>
4'   Flute d'Amour               61          Swell Expression             (bal.)
2'   Waldflote                   61
     Tremulant


     PEDAL
16'  Bourdon                     30

ACTION: Mech. Key & Stop
VOICES: 11
STOPS: 11
RANKS: 11
PIPES: 604


NOTES
This organ was relocated thru the Organ Clearing House to Calvary Episcopal Church in Burnt Hills New York after a 1966 fire destroyed all but 2 ranks of their 2nd, used pipe organ – a 1-manual, Wm. A. Johnson, Opus 415. The Tallman was installed with a new case and tonal changes by Sidney Chase of Worcester, NY.

Sources:
Document in the Calvary church files prepared by Keith Wiliams and OHS Archivist, Stephen Pinel; Relocated/documented organ in Burnt Hills, NY.

First Baptist Church
Port Jervis, NY.

[Stoplist provided by James R. Stettner, January 1, 2020]
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