The new console has 61 keys and a maple and walnut pedal board, AGO standard style in a style and finish to match other interior sanctuary oak furnishings. Tilt tabs activate the various ranks of pipes all of which are expressive except the unenclosed trumpet and bourdon of the pedal organ. A microprocessor connects the console to the organ via fiber-optics. A ten-level piston memory, midi-interface and expression pedal complete its versatility. The entire organ, with the exception of the Great 8’ Principal and certain large bass pipes of the Pedal, is enclosed and expressive. An organist bench and appropriate lighting for the full organ and pedalboard are included.
The nine ranks and 561 pipes are as follows: *Denotes pipes and material from purchased Möller organ
Great organ: 8’ Principal, 61 new pipes, 8’ (Sw) Röhrfote, 4’ Octave, 61 pipes,* 2’ Octave, 12 pipes,* II-III Mixture, 122 pipes* 8’ (Sw) Trumpet Chimes, Deagan bells Couplers Swell to Great 16, 8, 4
Pedal organ: 16’ (Sw) Subbass 12 pipes*, unenclosed 8’ (Gt) Principal, 8’ (Sw) Röhrflote, 4’ (Gt) Principal 16’ (Sw) Bass Trumpet*, unenclosed, 12 pipes MIDI Couplers Great to Pedal 8, Swell to Pedal 8, Swell to Pedal 4 4 General pistons, duplicated on toe pistons 4 Swell and Pedal pistons 4 Great and Pedal pistons General cancel piston Setter piston Full Organ reversible, duplicate thumb and toe pistons Expression pedal for enclosed stops Memory level up and down pistons Transposer up and down pistons (7 half steps) Pedal on Great continuo piston Player piston, controlling the recording and playback capabilities of the system