Instruments

 

Sanctuary Organ
Casavant Frères, 1972
Opus 3140

GREAT
1. Quintaden 16'
2. Prinzipal 8'
3. Rohrfloete 8'
4. Oktav 4'
5. Waldfloete 4'
6. Quinte 2 2/3'
7. Octav 8'
8. Kornett V 8'
9. Mixtur VI 1 1/3'
10. Dulzian 16'
11. Trompete 8'
POSITIV
12. Gedackt 8'
13. Prinzipal 4'
14. Koppelfloete 4'
15. Nasat 2 2/3'
16. Oktav 2'
17. Blockfloete 2'
18. Terz 1 3/5'
19. Quinfloete 1 1/3'
20. Siffloete 1'
21. Scharf IV 1'
22. Zimbel III 1/4'
23. Krummhorn 8' Tremulant
SWELL
24. Gedackfloete 8'
25. Salizional 8'
26. Vox coelestis 8'
27. Spitzfloete 4'
28. Gemshorn 2'
29. Sesquialtera II 2 2/3'
30. Kleinmixtur III 2/3'
31. Oboe 8' Tremulant
PEDAL
32. Prinzipal 16'
33. Subbass 16'
34. Oktav 8'
35. Bordun 8'
36. Choralbass 4'
37. Rohrpfeife 4'
38. Nachthorn 2'
39. Mixtur V 2'
40. Posaune 16'
41. Fagott 16'
42. Trompete 8'
43. Schalmei 4'

Tremulant

COUPLERS: Positiv and Swell to Great; Great, Positive, Swell to Pedal

COMBINATION ACTION: Six pistons each division; eight general pistons. Pedal and general pistons operated by thumb and toe studs. Full organ (thumb and toe); general cancel; adjuster (8 postions). Reversible pistons: Great, positive, Swell to Pedal; Pedal and Swell to Great.

Mechanical key action; mechanical swell pedal; electric combination action.

Hale Chapel Organ
Casavant Frères, 1972
Opus 3129

MANUAL
Gedackt 8'
Prinzipal 4'
Rohrfloete 4'
Gemshorn 2'
Zimbal III I
PEDAL
Subbass 16'
COUPLER: Manual to Pedal
All manual stops are split at middle C.

Sanctuary Piano

Steinway "Model B"

Hale Chapel Piano

Steinway "Model M"

Auditorium Piano

Yamaha upright "Model U"

Harpsichord

Flemish-style, two manual, by D. Jacques Way (1980)
8', 8', 4', buff
GG to g'', transposing (415/440)

motto on lid: Virtutem Posuere Dii Sudore Parandum (The gods have contrived that excellence is to be had thru sweat)
motto on lid flap: Sollicite jucunda oblivio vitae (Delightful forgetfulness of the troubles of life)

Handbells
Whitechapel, London
three octaves, C4-A6 (excluding C#4)

First Church’s handbells are officially known as the “Houghton Handbells,” cast by Whitechapel, London. Mabel Houghton collected and rang these bells, intending them to go to First Church for continued hearing.