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PIPE ORGANS OF
TEMPLE SQUARE

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

Assembly Hall -- Southeast Studio -- Organ Specification

[Photo of Coulter organ]
Coulter practice organ
Builder:
Date completed:
Casework:
Console type:
Stop controls:
Pedalboard:
Key action:
Stop action:
Temperament:
Tuning:
No. of stops:
No. of ranks:
No. of pipes:
Wind power:
Wind pressures:
Bibliography:
Kenneth Coulter, Eugene, Oregon, USA
1985
fumed oak; pipe shades carved from Alaskan cedar
integral
drawknob
concave, radiating
mechanical, suspended
mechanical
Kirnberger III
A440
9
7
410
electric blower; second set of bellows allows manual pumping
2½ inches (60 mm.)
"New Organs," American Organist, Vol. 21, No. 6 (June 1987), p. 54

Stoplist

Manual I (C-c4; 61 notes) Manual III (C-c4; 61 notes)
8
2
Gemshorn
Blockflöte
8
4
Gedeckt
Spitzflöte
Manual II (C-c4; 61 notes) Pedal (C-g1; 32 notes)
8
4
 
Rohrflöte
Prestant
 
16
8
4
Bourdon
Bourdon (ext. of Bourdon 16)
Bourdon (ext. of Bourdon 16)
Couplers Accessories
Manual I to Manual II (shove coupler)
Manual III to Manual II (toe lever)
Manual I to Pedal (toe lever)
Manual II to Pedal (toe lever)
Wind Stabilizer
Tremulant (prepared for)
Dummy swell pedal
 

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