Christ Episcopal Church
GEO. KILGEN, 1875 - Original Specifications
MANUAL (Expressive) COUPLERS (Drawknob)
 Open __ Coupler [Man. to Pedal]
 Melodia __
Gr. 8 ft. Dulciana __
 Stop Dia. Bass __ FOOT LEVERS
 Principal 56 Unknown [removed]
4 Flute __
 Flageolet 56
16 Ft. Bourdon 25
ACTION: Mech. Key & Stop VOICES: 7 STOPS: 8 RANKS: 7 PIPES:
The organ is freestanding and encased at the front of the room – recessed into
a left alcove with the front facing the nave. The 3-sectional façade contains
13 pipes arranged: 3-7-3, which includes __ speaking pipes from the [8'] Open.
The original home(s) is/are not known. The organ was offered for sale on ebay
in 2002 from a location in Nebraska, and former Christ Church Music Director
Gregory Noyes coordinated its purchase and installation in 2002 with organ
builder Timothy Smith. A plaque on the console reads:
Glory Of God
Laura J. Turner
Eleanor T. Norton
October 20, 2002
The keydesk is attached and projecting with a lid which opens to form a music
rack. The pedalboard is 25-notes, flat and straight, with radiating sharps.
The stops are as drawknobs in terraced jambs on either side of the manual.
The 8' Dulciana and 4' Flute labels are non-original.
Sources: Music Dir. John Newell, photos by John Newell
Christ Church, Episcopal
21 Key St.
Eastport, ME. 04631 Documented: October 27, 2020