Boston, MA
South Congregational Church


Builder:		Ernest M. Skinner Company
  Year:			1916
  Opus:			241-A
No. manuals:		4
No. stops:		64
No. ranks:		49
No. pipes:		3,103

Specification

Great
	16'	Bourdon
	8'	Open Diapason 1
	8'	Open Diapason 2
	8'	Open Diapason 3
	8'	Philomela		SO
	8'	Waldflote
	8'	Erzahler
	8'	Gedackt			SW
	8'	Aeoline			SW
	4'	Principal
	4'	Harmonic Flute
	4'	Flute SW
	III	Mixture
	16'	Contra Posaune
	8'	Trumpet
	8'	Cornopean		SW
	4'	Clarion
Swell
	16'	Bourdon
	8'	Diapason
	8'	Clarabella
	8'	Gedackt
	8'	Salicional
	8'	Voix Celeste
	8'	Spitz Flute
	8'	Flute Celeste
	8'	Aeoline
	8'	Unda Maris
	4'	Octave
	4'	Flute
	2'	Flautino
	16'	English Horn
	8'	Cornopean
	8'	Flugel Horn
	8'	Vox Humana
	4'	Clarion
		Tremulant
Choir
	8'	Geigen Principal
	8'	Gamba
	8'	Concert Flute
	4'	Flute
	8'	Clarinet
	8'	Orchestral Oboe
		Tremolo
		Harp
		Celesta
Solo
	8'	Philomela		17  PD
	8'	Gross Gamba
	8'	Gamba Celeste
	16'	Bassoon
	8'	Tuba
	8'	French Horn
	8'	English Horn
		Tremolo
Echo
	8'	Cor de Nuit
	8'	Vox Humana
		Tremolo
		Cathedral Chimes
Pedal
	16'	Diapason
	16'	1st Bourdon		GT
	16'	2nd Bourdon		SW
	16'	Violone
	10 2/3'	Quint			--
	8'	Octave				(ext)
	8'	Gedeckt				(ext)
	8'	Gamba			CH
	8'	Still Gedeckt		SW
	32'	Bombarde			(ext)
	16'	Trombone
	16'	English Horn		SW
	8'	Tromba				(ext)


SourceLynwood Farnam Collection, Curtis Institute of Music, via Jonathan Bowen.

Mr. Farnam's Comments"A very musical and fine instrument; no end of exquisite soft effects; one of Skinner's first big organs in which the Pedal and Solo have separate reeds; divided on each side of chancel."

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