United Church of Stonington/ Second Congregational Church]
E. & G.G. Hook, No. 558, 1870
Andover Organ Co. (Opus R238, 1983)
S.L. Huntington & Co. (2000)
Pitch: A450 @ 70
Pressure: 3" (75 mm)
Pipework of common metal (28% tin) unless otherwise noted
Bourdon 16 ft. [t.c. wood]
Op. Diap. 8 ft. [facade 1-22, interior spotted metal]
Melodia 8 ft. [t.c. wood]
St. Diap. Bass 8 ft. [1-12 wood]
Dulciana 8 ft. [t.c.]
Octave 4 ft.
Fifteenth 2 ft.
Mixture 2 Rks. [C1: 1 1/3, 1; c25 2 2/3, 1 1/3; c37 4, 2 2/3]
Sw. St. Diap. Treble 8 ft. [t.c. wood, open metal 50-58]
Sw. St. Diap. Bass 8 ft. [1-12 wood]
Sw. Keraulophon 8 ft. [t.c.]
Sw. Flute Harmonique 4 ft. [harmonic @ c25]
Sw. Violina 4 ft.
Sw. Oboe Treble 8 ft. [t.c. flues 50-58]
Sw. Bassoon Bass 8 ft. [1-12]
Ped. Bourdon 16 ft. [wood, large scale]
Ped. Flöte 8 ft. [Open wood, inverted mouths]
Swell to Great
Great to Pedale
Swell to Pedale
Combination Pedals [Great, unlabeled, single-acting]
Piano: Retires all but Melodia, Dulciana, St. Diap. Bass
Forte: Brings on full Great
Balanced Swell pedal appears to be original, and an early example for Hook.
Openings in the console exist for their standard hitchdown arrangement,
unworn and pristine.