Sacred Heart Church, Brooklyn, NY
c. 1877 Jardine, Op. 1019
(Stoplist: David Schnute from T 13:3:11)

(Parentheses following stopname lists current label if different face)
GREAT (first manual; 58 notes)
16' Double Diapason (8' Cello)
8' Open Diapason
8' Gamba
8' Melodia (8' Melodia Dolce)
4' Principal (4' Octav)
4' Flute Harmonic (4' Quintaton)
3' Twelfth
2' Fiteenth
II, III Mixture (169 pipes; 1-12:, 19,22; 13-36: 16,19,22; 37-58: 8,12,15) (2 2/3' Quinte)
4' Clarine (4' Viola Dolce)
8' Trumpet 

SWELL (enclosed, 2nd manual, 58 notes)
16' Bourdon Bass (12 pipes) (blank)
16' Bourdon Treble (tc-46 pipes) (16' Subbass dolce)
8' Open Diapason
8' Stop Diapason
8' Clariana (blank)
4' Principal (Viola)
4' Flute (blank)
2' Piccolo
II, III Cornet (162 pipes; 1-12: 19,22; 13-24: 17,19,22; 25-43: 12,15,17; 44-58: 8,12,15) (2 2/3" Mixtur)
8' Cornopean
8' Vox Humana (8' Vox Humana)

CHOIR (3rd manual, 58 notes)
8' Gamba (blank)
8' Clarabella
8' Stopped Diapason
4' Flute
4' Gemshorn
2' Flageolet
2' Stop Diapason (8' Clarinet)

PEDAL (30 notes)
16' Open Diapason (16' Bourdon Bass)
16' Bourdon
8' Violincello  (blank)
4' Flute
16' Trombone

Couplers (drawknobs under Great manual)
Great to Pedal (removed)
Swell to Pedal (removed)
Choir to Pedal (removed)
Swell to Great
Choir to Swell
"The names of the ranks are taken from the pipework or exterpolated [sic] from other Jardine instruments of the period, as many of the original ivory inserts have beeen lost and not a few replaced by quite different-looking new plates, often with little regard for accuracy."  The article also lists the labeled names.

"Apart from the uniqueness of this instrument as Jardine's only surviving three-manual organ in the New York area, the instrument is of interest for the fine workmanship evident in its construction.  Despite decades of minimal maintenance, the organ still shows the Jardines' capacity for fine organbuilding.  The three pedal couplers have been removed, reportedly due to a tendency of their mechanism to jam;  an unfortunate operation in any case, for the organ hardly has an independent pedal."


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