Hollywood, CA
Hollywood High School


Builder:		Skinner Organ Co.
  Year:			1924
  Opus:			481
No. manuals:		3
No. stops:		41
No. ranks:		39
No. pipes:		2,484

Specification

Great
	16'	Bourdon			17	(Ped. ext.)
	8'	Diapason		61
	8'	Clarabelle Flute	61
	8'	Wald Flute		61
	4'	Octave			61
	4'	Harmonic Flute		61
	8'	Tromba			61
	8'	French Horn		61	(enclosed in SW)
		Chimes
Swell
	16'	Bourdon			73
	8'	Diapason		73
	8'	Gedeckt			73
	8'	Salicional		73
	8'	Voix Celeste		73
	8'	Flute Celeste II	134	(put on one knob as Op. 481-A in 1929)
	4'	Octave			73	(added 1929 as Op. 481-A)
	4'	Flute			61
	2'	Flautino		61
	8'	Cornopean		73
	8'	Oboe			73	(replaced Corno
						d'Amore 1929 as 481-A)
	8'	Vox Humana		61
	4'	Clarion			61	(added 1929 as Op. 481-A)
		Tremolo
Choir
	8'	Diapason		73
	8'	Concert Flute		73
	8'	Dulciana		73
	8'	Unda Maris		61  tc
	4'	Flute			73
	8'	Clarinet		73
		Tremolo
		Harp
		Celesta
Pedal
	32'	Resultant		--
	16'	Diapason		32
	16'	Bourdon			32
	16'	Violone			32	(added 1929 as Op. 481-A)
	16'	Lieblich Gedeckt	SW
	8'	Octave			12
	8'	Gedeckt			12
	8'	Still Gedeckt		SW

Source: Austin ad in September 2002 TAO; further information provided by Allen Kinzey.
Notes: At some time after Aeolian-Skinner was contracted in 1926 to make additions as Op. 481-A, other additions were sub-contracted to Aeolian-Skinner - namely the "Mixture" stops on the Great as well as the Pedal Trombone.  It is supposed that the contractor was Stanley Williams.

In 2002, Austin completed the restoration of the organ, which had been damaged by the Northridge earthquake in 1994.  The only change made by Austin was the "replacement of the combination action and switching systems with solid-state equipment."  Turner Organs restored the console.

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