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Episcopal Church of the Epiphany
Seattle, Washington


Noack Organ Company, 1997
Opus 132



This organ occupies the left organ chamber in the chancel, close to choir and altar. With some improvements to the acoustics of this church - such as replacing the porous ceiling panels and installation of multi-faceted solid wooden reflectors in the now vacant right organ chamber we found the sound to be attractive and well enough projected into the entire edifice. The keydesk is located in the choir area with the trackers running up into the organ within the shallow wooden enclosure/sound reflectors behind the organist. The stop action is electric, as on most of our larger organs.

Great
1. Bourdon 16'
2. Diapason 8'
3. Second Diapason 8'
4. Chimney Flute 8'
5. Octave 4'
6. Twelfth 2 2/3'
7. Fifteenth 2'
8. Seventeenth 1 3/5'
9. Mixture IV-VI 1 1/3'
10. Trumpet 8'
11. Clarion 4'
Swell
12. Diapason 8'
13. Stopt Flute 8'
14. Bell Gamba 8'
15. Celeste 8'
16. Principal 4'
17. Harmonic Flute 4'
18. Gemshorn 2'
19. Mixture IV 2'
20. Bassoon 16'
21. Cornopean 8'
22. Oboe 8'
Choir
23. Gedackt 8'
24. Dulciana 8'
25. Recorder 4'
26. Principal 2'
27. Cornet III
28. Cremona 8'
Pedal
29. Open Bass 16'
30. Stopt Bass 16'
31. Diapason 8'
32. Gedackt 8'
33. Octave 4'
34. Trombone 16'
35. Trumpet 8'
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