Yarmouthport, Massachusetts
Church of the New Jerusalem (Swedenborgian)

WILLIAM H. CLARKE & CO., Opus ____, ca. 1872 - Original Specifications

GREAT                                        COUPLERS (Drawknob)
   8   Open Diapason                61          Swell to Pedal
   8   Dulciana               (tc)  49          Great to Pedal
   8   Melodia                (tc)  49
   8   St. Diap. Bass               12          Swell to Great
   4   Octave                       61

                                             PEDAL MOVEMENTS
SWELL (Expressive)                              Swell Expression       (hitch-down)
   16  Bourdon                (tc)  49
   8   Gamba                  (tc)  49
   8   Gedeckt                (tc)  49       ACTION: Mech. Key & Stop
   8   Unison Bass                  12
   4   Flute Octaviante             61       VOICES: 10
   2   Flageolet                    61
       Tremolo                               STOPS: 12

                                             RANKS: 10
   16  Sub Bass                     27       PIPES: 540
       Pedal Check

The organ is installed along the right wall of the chancel with the keydesk at the short end.
The facade contains 25 stenciled pipes in a fence with 19 over the keydesk and 6 more which
wrap around the left, chancel side. The keydesk is attached and projecting with a lid which
raises to form a music rack. Stops are arranged as drawknobs in terraced jambs on either side
of the manuals. The pedalboard is flat and parallel.

In 1960, the organ was substantially tonally modified by the Andover Organ Co. of Methuen, Massachusetts.

Sources: Andover Organ Co. files; JRS; extant, altered organ

The Church of the New Jerusalem
266 Main Street, Route 6A
Yarmouth Port,  MA.  02675
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