St-Andrew's Presbyterian Church,
Ottawa (Ontario)

St-Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Ottawa (Ontario)
Opus 27, 1987



  GREAT ORGAN     POSITIF ORGAN
1- Quintaton 16'   12- Gedeckt 8'
2- Principal 8'   13- Quintadena 8'
3- Bourdon 8'   14- Principal 4'
4- Octave 4'   15- Spillflote 4'
5- Spitzflote 4'   16- Nazard 2 2/3'
6- Quinte 2 2/3'   17- Gemshorn 2'
7- Octave 2'   18- Tierce 1 3/5'
8- Cornet (mounted) V   19- Quintflote 1 1/3'
9- Mixture V   20- Cymbal III-IV
10- Trompette 8'   21- Cromorne 8'
11- Clairon 4'     Tremulant  
          Zimbelstern  
             
  SWELL ORGAN     PEDAL ORGAN
22- Lieblich bourdon 16'   35- Principal bass 16'
23- Principal 8'   36- Subbass 16'
24- Viole de gamba 8'   37- Lieblich Bourdon (swell) 16'
25- Voix celeste 8'   38- Octave Bass 8'
26- Bourdon 8'   39- Bourdon 8'
27- Spitzprincipal 4'   40- Choral bass 4'
28- Nason 4'   41- Nachthorn 2'
29- Waldflote 2'   42- Mixture IV
30- Plein jeu V   43- Contra fagott 32'
31- Fagott 16'   44- Posaune 16'
32- Trompette 8'   45- Fagott (swell) 16'
33- Hautbois 8'   46- Trompette 8'
34- Clairon 4'   47- Clairon 4'
  Tremulant          



  • Manual compass: C - g''' (56 notes)
  • Pedal compass: C - g' (32 notes)
  • Couplers: II/I III/I III/II I/P II/P III/P
  • Action: tracker (suspended type)
  • Casework: oak with handcarved butternut pipe shades
  • Stop-action: electric, solid State combination action
  • Case design by the builder
  • Inaugural recital by Raymond Daveluy, October 10, 1987
  • Discography

Console

The St. Andrew's organ is a mechanical action instrument, containing four divisions. The Great is located at the impost level, immediately behind the larger facade pipes. The Positif is at the top of the organ, to the sides of and behind the central round tower. The Swell division is located in the pedestal of the organ, below the Great. The Pedal speaks from its main chest behind the organ case, as well as from two chests located behind the arches at either side of the instrument.

The organ is situated at the south wall of the sanctuary, in exactly the same position as the 1874 Warren tracker organ. The case is made of solid white oak, stained to match the woodwork in the church. The decorative pipe shades, including the Zimbelstern, are carved from butternut. The facade pipes are made of 75% polished tin and represent the Great Quintaton 16 and Principal 8, as well as the Principal 4 of the Positif.





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