Holyoke, Massachusetts

Second Congregational Church


Ernest M. Skinner organ, Op. 167 (1909) in Second Congregational Church (Holyoke, MA)
 
Ernest M. Skinner organ, Op. 167 (1909) in Second Congregational Church (Holyoke, MA)
 
Ernest M. Skinner organ, Op. 167 (1909) in Second Congregational Church (Holyoke, MA)
 
 
 
 
 
Builder:        The Ernest M. Skinner Organ Co.
   Year:        1909
   Opus:        167
   
No. manuals:    4
No. stops:      75
No. ranks:      53

Specification

The contract was for the rebuilding of 1894 Geo. S. Hutchings, Op. 327

 
                GREAT ORGAN                          SWELL ORGAN
            16' Diapason                         16' Bourdon
             8' First Diapason                   16' Bourdon Bass
             8' Second Diapason                   8' Diapason
             8' Third Diapason                    8' Gedackt
             8' Erzähler                          8' Salicional
             8' Doppel Flute                      8' Vox Celeste
             8' Philomela (Solo)                  8' Quintadena
             4' Octave                            8' Aeoline
             4' Flute                             8' Unda Maris
         2 2/3' Quinte                            4' Fugara
             2' Fifteenth                         4' Flute
            IV  Mixture                           2' Flautino
             8' Tuba                              V  Mixture
                                                 16' Fagotto
                CHOIR ORGAN                       8' Cornopean
            16' Dulciana                          8' Oboe
             8' Geigen Principal                  8' Vox Humana
             8' Spitz Flute                          Tremolo
             8' Melodia
             8' Dulciana                             ECHO ORGAN
             4' Violina                           8' Clarabella
             4' Flute                             8' Dulciana
             2' Piccolo                           8' Unda Maris
             8' Clarinet                          8' Vox Humana
                                                     Tremolo
                SOLO ORGAN                           Carillons
            16' Bourdon
             8' Diapason                             PEDAL ORGAN
             8' Philomela                        32' Bourdon
             8' Gamba                            16' Diapason
             8' Concert Flute                    16' 1st Bourdon (Solo)
             8' Viole d'Orchestra                16' 2nd Bourdon
             8' Dulcet                           16' Violone
             4' Flute                            16' Contra Gamba 
             8' Tromba                       10 2/3' Quinte
             8' Orchestral Oboe                   8' Octave
             8' English Horn                      8' Gedackt (Solo)
                Tremolo                           8' Cello
            16' Euphonium *                      16' Trombone
             8' Tuba *                           16' Euphonium (Solo)
             4' Clarion *                         8' Tuba
                                                  8' Tromba (Solo)
             *  Enclosed in concrete swell box    4' Clarion
                and on 15" wind


Source: OHS Archives, via Jonathan Bowen

Notes: The organ was destroyed by fire on March 24, 1919

Organ Historical Society Database: http://database.organsociety.org/SingleOrganDetails.php?OrganID=22091