Pittsburgh, PA
Mount Lebanon Methodist Church


Builder:                Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Inc.
  Year:			1953
  Opus:			1253
No. manuals:		3
No. stops:		46
No. ranks:		45
No. pipes:		2,627

Specification

Great
	16'	Gedeckt			61
	8'	Principal		61
	8'	Bourdon			61
	8'	Spitzflote		61
	4'	Octave			61
	4'	Flauto Traverso		61
	2 2/3'	Quint			61
	2'	Super Octave		61
	IV	Fourniture		244
Swell
	8'	Geigen			68
	8'	Rohrflote		68
	8'	Salicional		68
	8'	Vox Celeste		68
	8'	Echo Salicional		68
	4'	Prestant		68
	4'	Flute Harmonic		68
	III	Plein Jeu		183
	16'	Contre Hautbois		68
	8'	Trompette		68
	4'	Clarion			68
		Tremulant
Choir
	8'	Viola			68
	8'	Cor de Nuit		68
	8'	Dolcan			68
	8'	Dolcan Celeste		56  tc
	4'	Nachthorn		68
	2 2/3'	Nazard			61
	2'	Blockflote		61
	1 3/5'	Tierce			61
	1 1/3'	Larigot			61
	8'	Clarinet		68
		Tremulant
Antiphonal
	8'	Concert Flute		61
	8'	Salicional		61
	8'	Voix Celeste		49  tc
	4'	Principal		61
	4'	Fernflote		61
	8'	Hautbois		61
		Tremulant
Pedal
	32'	Resultant		--
	16'	Contre Basse		32
	16'	Gedeckt			GT
	16'	Dolcan			12  CH
	8'	Principal		32
	8'	Flute Ouverte		32
	8'	Gedeckt			GT
	8'	Dolcan			CH
	4'	Choralbass		32
	4'	Gedeckt			GT
	IV	Mixture			128
	16'	Trombone		32
	16'	Contre Hautbois		SW
	8'	Trompette		12
	4'	Clairon			12
		Chimes			GT

Source: Allen Kinzey
Photo Source: Jeff Scofield
Notes: The previous organ was installed across the front of the church, behind and above the choir.  At the time of the installation of Op. 1253, the existing organ was removed and a new divided chancel designed by Harold E. Wagoner was added on to the nave.  The Echo organ was retained from the previous organ.

The organ was rebuilt and enlarged by Organcraft 1981-1985, with a new 4-manual Austin console replacing the 3-manual Aeolian-Skinner console in 1981.

Extensively renovated by Muller 2008-2009; a 2' Aeolian-Skinner Principal was added to the Swell at this time and the switching and Austin console converted to solid-state.

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