Mott Haven Reformed Church

348 East 146th Street
Bronx, N.Y. 10451


Organ Specifications:
348 East 146th Street
Second building (since c.1975)
• unknown
First building (1914-c.1975) – previous building moved around corner
II/19 Reuben Midmer & Son (1899) – moved with building
Third Avenue near 146th Street (1854-1914)
• II/19 Reuben Midmer & Son (1899)

         
Reuben Midmer & Sons
Brooklyn, N.Y. (1899)
Tubular-pneumatic action
2 manuals, 18 stops, 18 ranks


The following specification is from the files of Louis F. Mohr & Co., a longtime organ service firm in the area. Mohr's sheet (dated Oct. 23, 1918) notes that the organ had an electric motor (1/4 Kinetic), Quarter Oak Case, 20 front pipes in gray, and "Organ kept locked". The fate of this organ is unknown.
               
Great Organ (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Open Diapason
61
4
  Octave
61
8
  Viola da Gamba
61
4
  Flute Harmonic
61
8
  Dulciana
61
2 2/3
  Octave Quintett [sic]
61
8
  Melodia
61
2
  Super Octave
61
               
Swell Organ (Manual II) – 61 notes, enclosed
16
  Bourdon Treble [TC]
49
4
  Violana
61
16
  Bourdon Bass
12
4
  Fluted'Amour
61
8
  Open Diapason
61
2
  Flageolet
61
8
  Stopped Diapason
61
8
  Oboe [TC]
49
8
  Aeoline
61
8
  Bassoon
12
8
  Salicional
61
    Tremolo  
               
Pedal Organ – 30 notes
16
  Bourdon
30
       
8
  Violoncello
30
       
               
Accessories
    Pedal to Great Reverse   Balanced Swell Pedals [sic]
    4 couplers   Wind Indicator
    2 pedal combinations on Great   Bellows Signal
    2 pedal combinations on Swell    
           
Sources:
     Mohr, Louis F. & Co. Specifications (Oct. 23, 1918) of Reuben Midmer & Sons organ (1899). Courtesy Larry Trupiano.
     Nelson, George. Organs in the United States and Canada Database. Seattle, Wash.