Kansas City, Missouri

J. M. Reveley Residence


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Builder:        Skinner Organ Company
   Year:        1926
   Opus:        625
 
No. manuals:    2
No. stops:      36
No. ranks:      19
No. pipes:      1,334

Specification

                MANUAL I
                Expression I
            16' Bourdon             73
             8' Diapason            73
             8' Gedeckt             73
             8' Voix Celeste II    146
             8' Flute Celeste II   134
             4' Flute               73
             8' Cornopean           73
             8' Harp (TC)           --
             4' Celesta
 
                Expression II
             8' Chimney Flute       73
             8' Cello               73
             8' Cello Celeste       73
             4' Flute Triangulaire  73
             8' Tuba                73
             8' French Horn         73
             8' English Horn        73
             8' Clarinet            73
             8' Vox Humana          73
                Tremolo
                Chimes
 
                MANUAL II
                (duplexed from Manual I)
 
                PEDAL ORGAN
            16' Bourdon             32
            16' Echo Bourdon       MAN
             8' Gedeckt             12
             8' Still Gedeckt      MAN


Source: Allen Kinzey and Bob Helling

Notes: The organ was moved by a Mr. Wheeler (a local service man) in 1952 to the Unity Church on the Plaza, Kansas City.  Around that time, Carl Bassett, in cooperation with Ernest Skinner, reorganized the stoplist (which provided for a Choir 'division courtesy of stops duplexed from the Swell, as well as a Clarinet at home on the Choir), presumably converted the console to a 3-manual and added a few more stops.  One of the additions was a full-length 32' Contra Fagotto.

The history, along with correspondence, was provided by Mr. Helling.

Organ Historical Society Database: http://database.organsociety.org/SingleOrganDetails.php?OrganID=23300