Boston, MA
Metropolitan Theatre


Builder:		Skinner Organ Company
  Year:			1925
  Opus:			545
No. manuals:		4
No. stops:		92
No. ranks:		47
No. pipes:		3,080

Specification

Great (duplexed from Swell)
	16'	Bourdon			PED
	8'	Diapason
	8'	Major Flute
	8'	Gedeckt
	8'	Violoncello
	8'	Viole Celeste
	8'	Flute Celeste II
	4'	Octave
	4'	Flute Triangulaire
	4'	Unda Maris II
	2 2/3'	Twelfth
	2'	Fifteenth
	V	Mixture
	16'	Waldhorn
	8'	Harmonic Trumpet
	8'	Vox Humana
	4'	Clarion
		Tremolo
		Chimes
		Harp			CH
		Celesta			CH
Swell
	16'	Bourdon			73
	8'	Diapason		73
	8'	Major Flute		73
	8'	Gedeckt			73
	8'	Violoncello		73
	8'	Viole Celeste		73
	8'	Flute Celeste II	146
	4'	Octave			73
	4'	Flute Triangulaire	73
	4'	Unda Maris II		122
	2 2/3'	Twelfth			61
	2'	Fifteenth		61
	V	Mixture			305
	16'	Waldhorn		73
	8'	Harmonic Trumpet	73
	8'	Vox Humana		61
	4'	Clarion			73
		Tremolo
		Chimes
		Harp			CH
		Celesta			CH
Choir
	8'	Dopple Flute		73
	8'	Concert Flute		73
	8'	Orchestral Strings II	146
	8'	Dulciana		73
	4'	Orchestral Flute	73
	4'	Gemshorn		73
	2 2/3'	Nazard			--
	2'	Piccolo			--
	1 3/5'	Tierce			--
	1 1/7'	Septieme		--
	V	French Cornet		305
	16'	Bassoon			73
	8'	Bassoon			12
	8'	French Horn		61
	8'	Physharmonica		61
	8'	Clarinet		61
	8'	Musette			61
	8'	Corno d'Amore		61
	8'	English Horn		61
		Tremolo
		Harp
		Celesta
Solo (duplexed from Choir)
	8'	Dopple Flute
	8'	Concert Flute
	8'	Orchestral Strings II
	8'	Dulciana
	4'	Orchestral Flute
	4'	Gemshorn
	2 2/3'	Nazard
	2'	Piccolo
	1 3/5'	Tierce
	1 1/7'	Septieme
	V	French Cornet
	16'	Bassoon
	8'	Bassoon
	8'	French Horn
	8'	Physharmonica
	8'	Clarinet
	8'	Musette
	8'	Corno d'Amore
	8'	English Horn
	8'	Tuba			73
		Tremolo
		Harp
		Celesta
Pedal
	32'	Resultant		--
	16'	Diapason		32
	16'	Bourdon			32
	16'	Violone			32
	16'	Echo Lieblich		SW
	8'	Bass Flute		12
	8'	Gedeckt			12
	8'	Violoncello		12
	8'	Still Gedeckt		SW
	4'	Fifteenth		12
	3 1/5'	Tierce			4
	2 2/3'	Larigot			3
	2 2/7'	Septieme		3
	32'	Bombarde		12
	16'	Trombone		32
	16'	Waldhorn		SW
	16'	Bassoon			CH
	8'	Tromba			12
	4'	Bassoon			CH
 
Source: Allen Kinzey

Notes: According to the E.M. Skinner/Ĉolian-Skinner Opus List. compiled by Allen Kinzey and Sand Lawn and available thru the Organ Historical Society, the organ was sold to Wurlitzer and placed in the auditorium of the Heinz Co. in Pittsburgh in 1930; it was flood-damaged in 1936 and the console was replaced by Kimball; the organ's percussion was added to Op. 907 (Carnegie Institute, Music Hall); reportedly, the organ was moved to Texas and dispersed in 1987.

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