St. Paul Swedish Lutheran Church - Brooklyn, NY (ELCA Archives)
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St. Paul Swedish Lutheran Church
392 MacDonough Street
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11233

Organ Specifications:
392 Macdonough Street
II/12 Estey Organ Company, Op. 2661 (1927)
• II/ L.C. Harrison
           
Estey Organ Company
Brattleboro, Vt. – Opus 2661 (1927)
Electro-pneumatic action
2 manuals, 12 stops, 12 ranks


The Factory Shop Order for Estey Organ, Op. 2661, shows that Estey provided a detached two-manual console with celluloid keys, oak woodwork, and bronzed front pipes. The organ was voiced on 5" wind pressure.
               
Great Organ (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Open Diapason
61
8
  Melodia
61
8
  Dulciana
61
4
  Principal
61
               
Swell Organ (Manual II) – 61 notes, enclosed

8
  Violin Diapason
73
4
  Flute Harmonic
73
8
  Salicional
73
8
  Oboe [TC]
61
8
  Aeoline
73
    Tremulant  
8
  Stopped Diapason
73
       
               
Pedal Organ – 32 notes

16
  Bourdon
32
       
16
  Lieblich Gedeckt
32
       
               
Couplers

    Great to Pedal 8'   Great to Great 4', Unison Sep.
    Swell to Pedal 8', 4'   Swell to Swell 16', 4', Unison Sep.
    Swell to Great 16', 8', 4'    
               
Combination Pistons

   
Great & Pedal Pistons 1-2
Swell & Pedal Pistons 1-2-3
               
Pedal Movements

    Balanced Swell Pedal   Great to Pedal Reversible
    Balanced Crescendo Pedal   Sforzando Reversible
           
L. C. Harrison
Bloomfield, N.J.
Unknown action
2 manuals


The first known organ for St. Paul Swedish Lutheran Church was built by L.C. Harrison. Specifications of this organ have not yet been located.
           
Sources:
     Carnahan, John. Factory Shop Order for Estey Organ, Op. 2661 (1927).
     The Estey Pipe Organ web site: www.esteyorgan.com
     Nelson, George. Organs in the United States and Canada Database. Seattle, Wash.

Illustration:
     Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Archives. Exterior (1957). Courtesy Jeff Scofield.