Washington, DC
Library of Congress - Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Auditorium


Builder:		Skinner Organ Co.
  Year:			1925
  Opus:			531
No. manuals:		3
No. stops:		28
No. ranks:		27
No. pipes:		1,781

Specification

Great - 6" wind
	8'	Diapason		61
	8'	Clarabella		61
	4'	Octave			61
	4'	Flute			61
	8'	French Horn		73	(enclosed in SW)
Swell - 6" wind
	16'	Bourdon			73
	8'	Diapason		73
	8'	Gedeckt			73
	8'	Salicional		73
	8'	Voix Celeste		73
	8'	Flauto Dolce		73
	8'	Flute Celeste		61  tc
	4'	Flute Triangulaire	73
	2'	Piccolo			61
	IV	Mixture			244
	8'	Cornopean		73
	8'	Flugel Horn		73
	8'	Vox Humana		73
		Tremolo
Choir - 5" wind
	8'	Concert Flute		73
	8'	Dulciana		73
	4'	Flute d'Amour		73
	8'	Clarinet		73
		Tremolo
Pedal - 5" wind
	16'	Diapason		32
	16'	Bourdon			32
	16'	Echo Bourdon		SW
	8'	Octave			12
	8'	Gedeckt			12
	8'	Still Gedeckt		SW


Source: Shop notes provided by Allen Kinzey.

Notes: The organ was moved to Holy Trinity RC Church, Washington DC, by Lewis & Hitchcock in 1955; pipework from the church's Erben was incorporated.  The organ was rebuilt/refurbished by Lively-Fulcher 1996-2000.  The project included a new console in 1999 and additional stops, includnig a full-length 32' reed, in 2000.  The organ now has 50 ranks.

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