Wynnewood, PA
All Saints' Church, Episcopal


Builder:		Skinner Organ Co.
  Year:			1929
  Opus:			814
No. manuals:		3
No. stops:		26
No. ranks:		20
No. pipes:		1,359

Specification

Great
	16'	Bourdon			17	(Pedal ext.)
	8'	1st Open Diapason	61
	8'	2nd Open Diapason	61
	8'	Claribel Flute		61
	8'	Rohr Flute		SW
	8'	Flute Celeste II	SW
	4'	Principal		61
	8'	Trumpet			SW
Swell
	8'	Diapason		73
	8'	Rohr Flute		73
	8'	Salicional		73
	8'	Voix Celeste		73
	8'	Flute Celeste II	134
	4'	Flute Triangulaire	73
	8'	Trumpet			73
	8'	Oboe d'Amore		73
		Tremolo
Choir
	16'	Contra Gamba		73
	8'	Gemshorn		73
	8'	Concert Flute		73
	4'	Flute			73
	8'	Clarinet		73
		Tremolo
Pedal
	16'	Diapason		32
	16'	Bourdon			32
	16'	Contra Gamba		CH
	8'	Octave			12
	8'	Gedeckt			12
SOURCE:  Jonathan Bowen, with further information by Allen Kinzey
The organ was rebuilt and enlarged by Moller as Op. R-910 in 1974 to 25 ranks, with a new console.  Austin rebuilt and enlarged the organ in the early 1990s, also with a new console.  The organ now has French nomenclature.  Basically, the only Skinner pipework remaining is the Choir division, as well as the 16' Diapason and 16' Bourdon in the Pedal.