Fall River, Massachusetts

First Congregational Church


Skinner organ, Op. 191 (1911) in First Congregational Church (Fall River, MA)
 
Skinner organ, Op. 191 (1911) in First Congregational Church (Fall River, MA)
 
First Congregational Church (Fall River, MA)
 
Skinner organ, Op. 191 (1911) in First Congregational Church (Fall River, MA)
 
Skinner organ, Op. 191 (1911) in First Congregational Church (Fall River, MA)
 
First Congregational Church (Fall River, MA)
 
First Congregational Church (Fall River, MA)
Builder:        The Ernest M. Skinner Co.
   Year:        1911
   Opus:        191
   
No. manuals:    3
No. stops:      33
No. ranks:      27
No. pipes:      1,555

Specification

             GREAT ORGAN                             SWELL ORGAN
         16' Bourdon             19 PED          16' Bourdon             73
          8' Diapason            61               8' Diapason            73
          8' Wald Floete         61               8' Gedackt             73
          8' Erzähler            61               8' Viol d'Orchestre    73
          4' Suabe Flute         61               8' Voix Celeste        73
                                                  8' Aeoline             61
             CHOIR ORGAN                          8' Unda Maris (TC)     49
          8' Diapason            61               4' Octave              61
          8' Concert Flute       61               4' Flute Harmonique    61
          4' Flute Traverso      61               2' Piccolo             61
          2' Piccolo             61              16' Contra Posaune      61
          8' Orchestral Oboe     61               8' Posaune             61
          8' Clarinet            61               8' Vox Humana          61
                                                  4' Clarion             61
             ECHO ORGAN                              Tremolo
          8' Lieblich Gedeckt    61
                                                     PEDAL ORGAN
                                                 16' Diapason            30
                                                 16' First Bourdon       30
                                                 16' Second Bourdon      SW
                                             10 2/3' Quint               --
                                                  8' Octave              12
                                                  8' Gedackt             12
                                                 16' Contra Posaune      SW


Source: Steve Emery, via Jonathan Bowen

Photo Sources: Photos 1-5 courtesy of William Van Pelt; Photos 6-7 are from the website of the New York Staff Band of the Salvation Army.

Notes: The organ is unaltered, except for the replacement by Thomas Anderson of the Great 16' Bourdon with an 8' Bourdon. The organ still has its original console.

Organ Historical Society Database: http://database.organsociety.org/SingleOrganDetails.php?OrganID=22134