P. J. Swartz Pipe Organ


The organ consists of 16 ranks across a moveable two-manual and pedal console. Originally installed as Wangerin, Op. 402 (1928), the instrument was rebuilt in 2012 by P. J. Swartz, Inc. (Eatonton, GA), and utilizes most of the original pipework.

Klann console with Syndyne control system
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Swell Chamber
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Main Chamber
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Cymbalstern
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Stop List

Great (Unenclosed)
Bourdon 16 (ext Sw)
Diapason 8 
Hohl Flute 8 
Octave 4
Hohl Flute 4 (ext)
Fifteenth 2
Mixture IV
Trumpet 8 (Sw)
Oboe 8 (Sw)
Great 16
Unison Off
Great 4
MIDI to Great
Swell 16, 8, 4 

 

Swell (Enclosed)
Principal 8 (from 4; common bass with Bourdon)
Bourdon 8 
Salicional 8
Vox Celeste 8 (TC)
Principal 4 
Bourdon 4 (ext)
Nazard 2 2/3
Block Flute 2 
Trumpet 8
Oboe 8
Trumpet 4 (ext)
Swell 16
Unison Off
Swell 4
MIDI to Swell
Tremolo

Pedal
Resultant 32 
Principal 16 (ext Gt; Haskell pipes)
Bourdon 16 (ext Sw) 
Octave 8 (Gt)
Flute 8 (Sw)
Choral Bass 4 (Gt)
Flute 4 (Sw)
Super Octave 2 (Gt)
Trumpet 32 (1-12 digital)
Trumpet 16 (ext Sw)
Trumpet 8 (Sw)
Trumpet 4 (ext Sw)
MIDI to Pedal
Great 8, 4
Swell 8, 4

Cymbalstern

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