University Presbyterian - Chapel Hill, NC




Instrument Specifications

The organ is housed in a free-standing case at the rear of the chancel, permitting it to sound directly along the axis of the sanctuary. It is an instrument of 50 ranks of pipes and 37 stops, played from a detached, three manual console with a pedal clavier. The key action is a direct mechanical action ("tracker") and the stop action is electric, allowing for the use of electronic combination action. The organ is tuned to equal temperament.

Great
16' Bourdon
8' Principal
8' Gedeckt
4' Octave
4' Spillflöte
2' Super Octave
II Sesquialtera (116 pipes)
IV-V Mixture (256 pipes)
8' Trompete
Tremulant

Swell
8' Viole
8' Viole Celeste
8' Chimney Flute
4' Principal
4' Flute Ouverte
2' Blockflöte
IV Fourniture
16' Basson
8' Hautbois
4' Clarion
Tremulant



Positiv
8' Flûte Dolce
8' Holzgedeckt
4' Principal
4' Rohrflöte
2 Octave
2 2/3' Nasard
1 3/5' Tierce
1 1/3' Larigot
III-IV Scharf (220 pipes)
8' Cromorne
Tremulant

Pedal
32' Untersatz (electronic)
16' Principal
16' Subbass
8' Octave
8' Spitzflöte
4' Choral Bass
IV Mixture (128 pipes)
32' Kontre Posaune (electronic)
16' Posaune
8' Trompete
Tremulant