Reading, PA
St. Paul's Memorial Reformed Church


Builder:		Skinner Organ Co.
  Year:			1929
  Opus:			774
No. manuals:		3
No. stops:		32
No. ranks:		29
No. pipes:		1,968

Specification

Great
	16'	Bourdon			17	(Pedal ext.)
	8'	First Diapason		61
	8'	Second Diapason		61
	8'	Clarabella		61
	4'	Octave			61
	2'	Fifteenth		61
	8'	Tromba			73	(enclosed in CH)
	8'	French Horn		73	(enclosed in CH)
		French Horn Tremolo
		Chimes			20  tubes
Swell
	16'	Bourdon			73
	8'	Diapason		73
	8'	Rohrflote		73
	8'	Salicional		73
	8'	Voix Celeste		73
	8'	Flute Celeste II	134
	8'	Aeoline			73
	4'	Flute			73
	III	Mixture			183
	8'	Cornopean		73
	8'	Oboe d'Amore		73
	8'	Vox Humana		73
		Tremolo
Choir
	8'	Orchestral Flute	73
	8'	Dulciana		73
	8'	Unda Maris		61  tc
	4'	Flute			73
	8'	Clarinet		73
		Tremolo
		Harp			49  bars
		Celesta
Pedal
	16'	Open Diapason		32
	16'	Bourdon			32
	16'	Echo Lieblich		SW
	8'	Octave			12
	8'	Gedeckt			12
	8'	Still Gedeckt		SW
		Chimes			GT


Source: Jonathan Bowen

Photo Source: Patrick J. Murphy

External Link: http://fehowe.com/StMarksOrgan/organhome.html

Notes: Church closed c.2004 and organ purchase by St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Glendale, CA.  After a period in storage, it was installed in the Glendale church in 2009 by Foley-Baker, who also removed the organ from the Reading church.  in Glendale, it replaced a 3/45 Schlicker that was sold to First Lutheran Church, Montclair, NJ.

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