Christ Church (Episcopal)

Wright Street at Palafox + PO Box 12683

Pensacola, Florida 32574-2683

 

 

 

 

 

 


Christ Church sponsors


Builder:	Gabriel Kney, Ltd.
			
		London, Ontario, Canada

		1975

		43 Stops - 60 Ranks

The organ was built by Gabriel Kney & Co., Ltd., London, Ontario. Harald Rohlig designed the instrument and played the dedicatory recital on 21 December, 1975. The organ's key-action is mechanical (with great and swell pneumatic assists) and the stop-action is solid-state. The console is drawknob; the naturals are ebony and the sharps padouk. The keyboard compass is 56 notes; the pedal compass 32 notes.

In October 1996, Mr. Kney replaced the combination action with a new SSL system. Each of eight memory levels operates eight general combinations operated by thumb pistons and toe studs; and four combinations for each of the four divisions operated by thumb pistons. Reversibles include Swell/Great, Swell/Pedal, and Great/Pedal, and Tutti, operated by thumb pistons.

 

GREAT - II

16'		Quintation
8'		Prinzipal
8'		Rohrgedeckt
4'		Octave
4'		Blockflote
2 2/3'		Nasat
2'		Superoctave
2'		Mixtur IV-VI
1/3'		Zimbel III
4'		Cornet IV
16'		Spanischetrompete - horizontal
8'		Spanischetrompete - horizontal

POSITIV - I

(Brustwerk)

8'		Quintade
8'		Holzgedeckt
4'		Prinzipal
4'		Rohrflote
2'		Prinzipal
1 1/3'		Sifflote
1 3/5'		Terzprinzipal
2/3'		Zimbel III
16'		Rankett
8'		Krummhornregal
		Tremolo

 

SWELL - III

(Enclosed)

8'		Gedeckt
8'		Gemshorn
8'		Gemshorn Celeste - TC
4'		Prinzipal
4'		Holzflote
2 2/3'		Quintflote
2'		Waldflote
1 3/5'		Terz
1 1/3'		Scharff IV
16'		Fagott
8'		Schalmei
		Tremolo

PEDAL

16'		Prinzipal
16'		Subbass
8'		Octave
8'		Gedecktbass
4'		Choralbass
2'		Nachthorn
2 2/3'		Mixtur IV
16'		Posaune
8'		Trompete
4'		Zink

Zimbelstern

COUPLERS

I/P
II/P
III/P
I/II
III/II