Saint James Episcopal Church

860 North Section Street

Fairhope, Alabama

Click on the Pipes to go to the Chapel Organ


Schlicker-Heissler Organ - Rebuilt and installed by Mann and Trupiano

GREAT ORGAN ( 2 5/8" Wind Pressure)

Prestant			16'					61 pipes
Principal			8'					61 pipes
Prestant			8'					12 pipes
Harmonic Flute			8'					61 pipes
Stopped Diapason		8'					61 pipes
Violon				8'					61 pipes
Octave				4'					61 pipes
Flute				4'					61 pipes
Super Octave			2'					61 pipes
Mixture				V-VI					305 pipes
Acuta				IV					244 pipes
Bassoon				16'					(Swell)
Trumpet				8'					61 pipes
Trompette			8'					(Swell)
Great to Great  16'
Goettler Trupmet		8'					61 pipes
							(Separate Chest and Blower)

Manual Transfer II to I

POSITIVE ORGAN (2" Wind Pressure)

Prestant			8'					61 pipes
Gedackt				8'					61 pipes
Principal Flute			8'					61 pipes
Harmonic Flute			8'					61 pipes
Dolcan				8'					61 pipes
Principal			4'					61 pipes
Rohr Flute			4'					61 pipes
Nazard				2 2/3'					61 pipes
Fifteenth			2'					61 pipes
Tierce				1 3/5'					61 pipes
Larigot				1 1/3'					61 pipes
Scharf				IV					244 pipes
Trumpet				8'					61 pipes
Crumhorn			8'					61 pipes
Oboe				8'					(Swell)
Goettler Trumpet		8'					(Great)
Chimes

 

 

SWELL ORGAN (2 5/8" and 3 5/8" wind pressure - Enclosed)

Lieblich			16'					61 pipes
Diapason			8'					61 pipes
Salicional			8'					61 pipes
Celeste				8'					56 pipes
Dolce				8'					61 pipes
Principal			4'					61 pipes
Spire Flute			4'					61 pipes
Nazard				2 2/3'					61 pipes
Flautina			2'					61 pipes
Tierce				1 3/5'					61 pipes
Mixture				V					305 pipes
Bassoon				16'					61 pipes
Trompette			8'					61 pipes
Oboe				8'					12 pipes
Clarion				4'					61 pipes
Vox Humana			8'					61 pipes
Goettler Trumpet		8'					(Great)
Tremulant

PEDAL ORGAN (2 1/2", 3" & 5" wind pressure)

Sub Bourdon			32'					12 pipes
Open Wood			16'					32 pipes
Bourdon				16'					32 pipes
Prestant			16'					(Great)
Lieblich			16'					(Swell)
Quint Flute			10 2/3'					32 pipes
Octave				8'					32 pipes
Gedackt				8'					32 pipes
Flute				8'					(Great)
Quint				5 1/3'					32 pipes
Super Octave			4'					32 pipes
Flute				4'					12 pipes
Night Horn			2'					12 pipes
Mixture				II					64 pipes
Mixture				IV					128 pipes
Contra Posaune			32'					12 pipes
Posaune				16'					32 pipes
Bassoon				16'					(Swell)
Trumpet				8'					32 pipes
Trompette			8'					(Swell)
Clarion				4'					32 pipes
Oboe				4'					(Swell)
Goettler Trumpet		8'					(Great)

PISTONS - 32 Memory Levels

	Generals 	20
	Great		9
	Positive	9
	Swell		9
	Pedal		6

REVERSABLES

	Sub Bourdon 32'
	Contra Posaune 32'

CRESCENDO PEDAL

	4 different custon settings

The organ was originally built by Schlicker for the First-Plymouth Congregational Church of Lincoln, Nebraska and included an Antiphonal division which was sold separately to St. John's Episcopal Church in Northampton, Mass.

The organ was installed and rebuilt by Mann and Trupiano organ builders of Brooklyn, NY who also built a new console. Most of the chests and pipework are by Heissler Orgeln of Germany with the Goettler Trumpet by M.P. Moller, Inc. Total finishing of the reeds by Gilbert Adams of Monroe, NC.

The church's previous organ, a 2 manual Hook and Hastings tracker, Opus 1656 (1895), now serves as the parish's chapel organ