Manhattan — Église Évangélique Française — Chelsea

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126 West 16th Street (since 1886) – orig. Catholic Apostolic Church
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126 West 16th Street
New York, N.Y. 10011
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Sources

Dunlap, David. From Abyssinian to Zion: A Guide to Manhattan's Houses of Worship. New York: Columbia University Press, 2004.
Glück, Sebastian M.. Specification of Geo. Kilgen & Son organ, Op. 4521 (1930).
Glück, Sebastian M. Specification of Sebastian M. Glück organ, Op. 22 (2017).
Illustrations Glück, Sebastian M.. Photos of Geo. Kilgen & Son console and façade; interior.
Glück, Sebastian M. Photos of Sebastian M. Glück console and façade.
www.borner.com. Black & white photo of Interior showing Geo. Kilgen & Son façade.
www.daytoninmanhattan.blogspot.com. Exterior.
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Église Évangélique Française

(French Evangelical Church, Presbyterienne) (Chelsea) 126 West 16th Street (since 1886) – orig. Catholic Apostolic Church
II/6 Sebastian M. Glück, Op. 22 (2017)
II/5 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4521 (1930)
II/7 George Jardine & Son (<1891)
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II/6 Sebastian M. Glück, Op. 22 (2017)
II/5 Geo. Kilgen & Son, Op. 4521 (1930)
II/7 George Jardine & Son (<1891)
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II/7 George Jardine & Son (c.1886)

ORGAN 3/0

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Grand-Orgue (Manual I) –61 notes [Organ div no. 1]

16
Dulciane (TC)
4
Flûte
8
Montre
2
Doublette
8
Bourdon
1 1/3
Larigot (50-61 repeat)
8
Dulciane
8
Basson-hautbois
4
Prestant
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Récit-expressif (Manual II) –61 notes [Organ div no. 2]

8
Dulciane
2 2/3
Nazard (TC)
8
Voix angélique (c13-g56)
2
Flûte à bec
8
Bourdon
8
Basson-hautbois
4
Dulcette
Tremolo
4
Flûte
'
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Pédale – 32 notes [Organ div no. 3]

16
Sous basse
5 1/3
Quinte (Dulciane)
8
Octave basse
4
Octave
8
Flûte
4
Flûte
8
Dulciane
8
Basson
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Adjustable Combinations [Organ div no. 4]

Grand-OrguePistons 1-2-3-4 (thumb)
Récit-expressifPistons 1-2-3-4 (thumb)
PédalePistons 1-2-3-4 (toe)
GeneralPistons 1-2-3-4-5-6 (thumb & toe)
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Accessory [Organ div no. 5]

Balanced Swell Pedal
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Stop Analysis [Organ div no. 6]

Pipes
16
Sous basse (1-12 unenc.)
97
8
Montre (unenclosed)
85
8
Dulciane
73
8
Voix angélique (c13-g56)
44
2 2/3
Nazard (TC)
49
8
Basson-hautbois
   61
Total
409
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ORGAN 4/1 -- Sebastian M. Glück [Gluck]

---------- Glück Organ, Op. 22 (2017) in Église Évangélique Française - New York City
Glück Organ, Op. 22 (2017) in Église Évangélique Française - New York City

Sebastian M. Glück

New York City – Opus 22 (2017)
Electric valve action
2 manuals, 25 registers, 6 stops, 6 ranks
The organ is completely enclosed except for the Montre unit and lowest 12 pipes of the Sous basse.
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Great Organ (Manual I) –61 notes, enclosed [Organ div no. 1]

16Bass Flute (TC)
4Flute
8Open Diapason
4Dulcet
8Stopped Flute
2Flautino
8Dulciana
8Oboe Horn
4Octave
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Swell Organ (Manual II) –61 notes, enclosed [Organ div no. 2]

16
Bourdon
4
Flute d'Amour
8
Open Diapason
2
Flageolet
8
Quintadena (Syn) [Fl. 8' + 2-2/3']
8
Oboe
8
Stopped Diapason
8
Vox Humana
8
Dolce
Tremolo
'
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Pedal Organ – 32 notes [Organ div no. 3]

16Bourdon
8Dolce
8
Open Diapason
8
Oboe
8
Flute
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Adjustable Combinations [Organ div no. 4]

Swell & PedalPistons 1-2-3
Great & PedalPistons 1-2-3
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Accessories [Organ div no. 5]

Balanced Swell PedalWind and Current Indicator Light
Balanced Crescendo PedalCrescendo Indicator Light
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Stop Analysis [Organ div no. 6]

Pipes
16
Bourdon
97
8
Diapason
73
8
Dolce
73
8
Oboe
61
8
Vox Humana
   61
Total
365
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ORGAN 5/2 -- Geo. Kilgen & Son [Kilgen]

---------- Geo. Kilgen & Son organ, Op. 4521 (1930) in Église Évangélique Française - New York City
Geo. Kilgen & Son organ, Op. 4521 (1930) in Église Évangélique Française - New York City

Geo. Kilgen & Son

St. Louis, Mo. – Opus 4521 (1930)
Electro-pneumatic action
2 manuals, 23 registers, 5 stops, 5 ranks
The organ was built in 1930 by Geo. Kilgen & Son of St. Louis, and is one of that firm's models known as a "Petit Ensemble" with five ranks of pipes. Kilgen installed the organ in a chamber to the left of the rostrum. ----------

ORGAN 6/3 -- George Jardine & Son [Jardine]

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George Jardine & Son

New York City (c.1886)
Mechanical action
2 manuals, 7 stops The first organ in this building was built by George Jardine & Son of New York City, sometime before 1891 and quite possibly in 1886 when the church was renovated. Specifications for this organ have not yet been located. ----------