THE CHURCHES OF RICHMOND

Photography by John DeMajo

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
6000 Grove Avenue, , Richmond, VA

 

 

Photo of famed organ builder G. Donald Harrison, one of the guiding forces behind Aeolian Skinner, along with a letter of authenticity detailing the installation of Opus 1110 under Mr. Harrison's direction.
Specifications as gathered by Richmond organ historian Donald Traser

Aeolian-Skinner organ, 1951, Op. 1110, 3m/41r
                           1968*           4m/69r


GREAT

1.    16      Quintaton
2.    8      Principal
3.    8      Bourdon
4.    8      Spitzflote
5.    4      Principal
6.    4      Rohrflote
7.    2 2/3 Twelfth
8.    2      Fifteenth
9.    IV      Fourniture
10.   II-III Cymbale*
11.   8      Trompette de Fete*
12.   4      Clairon de Fete* (from #11)
13.         Chimes

POSITIV

14.   8      Holzgedeckt*
15.   4      Principal*
16.   4      Spillflote*
17.   2      Lieblich Prinzipal*
18.   1 1/3 Larigot*
19.   1      Sifflote*
20.   III      Scharf*

SWELL

21.   8      Geigen Principal
22.   8      Stopped Diapason
23.   8      Flute Celeste (II)
24.   8      Viole de Gambe
25.   8      Viole Celeste
26.   4      Principal
27.   4      Flauto Traverso
28.   2      Octavin*
29.   IV      Plein Jeu
30.   16      Contre Hautbois
31.   8      Trompette
32.   8      Hautbois (from #30)
33.   4      Clairon
Tremulant

CHOIR

34.   8      Singend Gedeckt
35.   8      Erzahler
36.   8      Kleiner Erzahler (TC)
37.   8      Viola
38.8  Viola Celeste
39.   4      Koppelflote
40.   2 2/3 Nasard


41.   2      Blockflote
42.   1 3/5 Tierce
43.   8      Clarinet
Tremulant

ANTIPHONAL

44.   8      Prinzipal*
45.   4      Praestant*
46.   2      Flachflote*
47.   IV-VI Mixture*
48.   8      Trompette de Fete* (#11)
49.   4      Clairon de Fete* (from #11)

ANTIPHONAL PEDAL

50.   16      Sub Principal (from #44)

PEDAL

51.   16      Principal Bass
52.   16      Quintaten (#1)
53.   16      Bourdon
54.   16       Echo Lieblich (from #22)
55.   8      Flute (from #53)
56.   8      Principal
57.   4      Super Octave (from #56)
58.   4      Spitz Flote*
59.   IV      Mixture*
60.   32      Contre Bombarde* (from #61)
61.   16      Bombarde
62.   16      Contre Hautbois (#30)
63.   8      Trompette (from #61)
64.   4      Clairon (from #61)
65.         Chimes

The Great, Swell, and Choir divisions are located on the left side of the chancel behind the facade of the previous instrument built by Hook & Hastings; the Positiv is exposed on the opposite side.  The Antiphonal division is located below and on both sides of the window on the rear wall of the nave.

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