Boston, MA
Second Church, Unitarian


Builder:		Ernest M. Skinner Company
  Year:			1914
  Opus:			226
No. manuals:		3
No. stops:		45
No. ranks:		45

Specification

The contract was for the addition of a Chancel Organ to the 1890 Geo. S. Hutchings Op. 202 organ in the gallery. 
Great
	16'	Diapason
	8'	Diapason
	8'	Doppel Flute
	8'	Gamba
	4'	Octave
	4'	Flute Harmonique
	2 2/3'	Octave Quint
	2'	Super Octave
	III	Mixture
	8'	Trumpet
Swell
	16'	Bourdon				("in two halves")
	8'	Violin Diapason
	8'	Stopped Diapason
	8'	Salicional
	8'	Voix Celeste
	8'	Quintadena
	8'	Aeoline
	4'	Octave
	4'	Flute Traverse
	4'	Fugara
	2'	Flautino
	8'	Cornopean
	8'	Oboe
	8'	Vox Humana
		Tremolo
Choir
	16'	Dulciana			("in two halves")
	8'	Geigen Principal
	8'	Melodia
	8'	Dolcissimo
	4'	Flute d'Amour
	4'	Violina
	2'	Piccolo Harmonique
	8'	Clarinet
		Tremolo
Chancel
	16'	Bourdon
	8'	Diapason
	8'	Clarabella
	8'	Erzahler
	8'	Kleine Erzahler
	4'	Flute
	8'	Flugel Horn
		Chimes
Pedal (30 notes)
	16'	Diapason			(wood)
	16'	Bourdon
	16'	Lieblich Gedeckt	CHAN
	8'	Flute				(open)
	8'	Violoncello


Source: Lynwood Farnam Collection, Curtis Institute of Music, via Jonathan Bowen.

Mr. Farnam's CommentsChancel Organ beautiful; main organ wretched - flutey Diapasons and chorus work, windy flutes, frightful reeds; effective Pedal organ; main organ in west gallery, console in chancel.

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