Emil Velazco
 
Emil Velazco Studio

1658 Broadway at 51st Street
New York, N.Y. 10036

Organ Specifications:
1658 Broadway at 51st Street (Roseland Building)
► II/3 M.P. Möller, Op. 6189 (1933)
III/8 W.W. Kimball Co. (1928)
723 Seventh Avenue at 50th Street
• 
II/5 Welte-Mignon (1927)


Emil Velazco at the Roxy Theatre Kimball Organ - New York City  
             

  Emil Velazco and students at Emil Velazco Organ Studio - New York City
M. P. Möller, Inc.
Hagerstown, Md. – Opus 6189 (1933)
Electro-pneumatic action
2 manuals, 23 stops, 3 ranks
               
Accompaniment  (Manual I) – 61 notes
8
  Tibia Clausa  
  Second Touch  
8
  Violin  
8
  Tibia Clausa  
4
  Flute  
8
  Flute  
4
  Violin  
8
  Saxophone  
8
  Saxophone  
   
 
     
 
     
Solo (Manual II) – 61 notes

16
  Contra Tibia [TC]
85
2
  Piccolo
8
  Tibia Clausa
2
  Fifteenth
8
  Violin
89
1 3/5
  Tierce
4
  Flute
16
  Bass Saxophone [TC]
4
  Violin
8
  Saxophone
61
2 2/3
  Tibia Twelfth
 
Chimes
preparation
2 2/3
  String Nazard
     
 
     
 
     
Pedal Organ – 32 notes

16
 
Double Bass
preparation
8
  Tibia Clausa  
8
  Violin  
8
  Saxophone  
               
Combinations

    Pistons No. 1-2-3-4-5 affecting Accompaniment and Pedal stops
    Pistons No. 1-2-3-4-5 affecting Solo and Pedal stops
               
Accessories

    Tremolo   Great to Pedal Reversible
    Balanced Expression Pedal   Full Organ
    Balanced Expression Pedal – prepared enclosure      
    Balanced Crescendo Pedal      
     
     
               
Stop Analysis
   
Pipes
8
  Tibia Clausa
85
8
  Violin
89
8
  Saxophone
    61
 
Total
235

               

Sources:
     Junchen, David L. Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ, Vol. I. Pasadena: Showcase Publications, 1985.
     Trupiano, Larry. M.P. Correspondence and Factory Specifications of M.P. Möller organ, Op. 6189 (1933).

Photos:
     Junchen, David L. Encyclopedia of the American Theatre Organ, Vol. I: Emil Velazco with students at M.P. Möller Organ, Op. 6189 (1933).
     "Spring Flowers," from Scenics Theatre Organ Series. New York: Velazco Organ Studios (c.1928): photo of Emil Velazco at W.W. Kimball Organ in Roxy Theatre.