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<h3 class="venue_name">Ridgewood Baptist Church</h3> (Ridgewood)
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<h2 class="venue">Ridgewood Baptist Church</h2>
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<span class="address">64-13 Catalpa Avenue</span> (since 1925)<br> <span class="address">Montrose Avenue near Union Ave., Brooklyn</SPAN> (1865-1925) &ndash; known as First German Baptist<br> <span class="address">Majeur (Remsen) Street at Graham Avenue</span> (1854-1865)
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Ridgewood Baptist Church - Queens, NY <td width="200"><a href="/Organs/Qns/img/RidgewoodBaptExt.jpg"><img src="/Organs/Qns/img/RidgewoodBaptExt_tmb.jpg" WIDTH="200" alt="Ridgewood Baptist Church - Ridgewood (Queens), NY" border="0"></a> 64-13 Catalpa Avenue<br> Ridgewood (Queens), N.Y. 11385<br> <span class="style122" style81><strong>64-13 Catalpa Avenue</strong></SPAN> (since 1925)<br></strong></span>Organized in 1854 as the First German Baptist Church of Brooklyn, the early congregation was located on Majeur (now Remsen) Street at Graham Avenue. In 1865, the society moved to Montrose Avenue near Union Avenue. In 1915, the First German Baptist Church of Gowanus, founded in 1878, merged into the congregation, and in 1925 a new church was built at 64-13 Catalpa Avenue in Ridgewood, and the church was renamed Ridgewood Baptist Church. Ridgewood was a part of Brooklyn for many years, but is now in the Borough of Queens. <P align="center">| <a href="/index.html" target="_top">NYC AGO Home Page</a> | <A HREF="/Organs/Qns/index.html" target="_top">Back to NYC Organ Project List</A><FONT> |</div>
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<td class="sources"><h2 class="sources">Sources</h2> Haberstroh, Richard. <em>The German Churches of Metropolitan New York: A Research Guide. </em>New York: The New York Genealogical &amp; Biographical Society, 2000.<br> Nelson, George. <em>Organs in the United States and Canada Database.</em> Seattle, Wash. <br> Trupiano, Larry. Factory Specifications of M.P. M&ouml;ller Organ, Op. 4352 (1925).<br> Photos:<br> Google.com Map: street view.
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<td><h3 class="venue_name"><a href="/Organs/Qns/html/RidgewoodBapt.html">Ridgewood Baptist Church</a></h3> (Ridgewood)</td> <td><span class="address">64-13 Catalpa Avenue</span> (since 1925)<br> <div class="organ with_specs">II/10 M.P. M&ouml;ller, Inc., Op. 4352 (1925)</div> <span class="address">Montrose Avenue near Union Ave., Brooklyn</SPAN> (1865-1925) &ndash; known as First German Baptist<br> <div class="organ">unknown</div> <span class="address">Majeur (Remsen) Street at Graham Avenue</span> (1854-1865)<br> <div class="organ">unknown</div></td>
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<FONT><h2 class="organs_summary">Organ Specifications:</h2> <span class="style122" style81><strong>64-13 Catalpa Avenue</strong></SPAN> (since 1925)<br><a href="#Moller">II/10 M.P. M&ouml;ller, Op. 4352</a> (1925) <span class="style122" style81><strong>Montrose Avenue near Union Ave., Brooklyn</strong></SPAN> (1865-1925)<SPAN class="style122"><STRONG><br> unknown <span class="style122"><strong><br> Majeur Street at Graham Ave., Brooklyn</strong></span> (1854-1865)<br> unknown
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II/10 M.P. Möller, Inc., Op. 4352 (1925)
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64-13 Catalpa Avenue (since 1925)
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ORGAN 3/0

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Great Organ (Manual I) – 61 notes (5" wind pressure) [Organ div no. 1]

8
Diapason Phonon
61
4
Octave [Horn Diap.]
SW
8
Dulciana
73
4
Flute Traverso [Melodia]
8
Viole d'Orchestre
73
8
Oboe
SW
8
Melodia
73
Chimes
20 Bells
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Swell Organ (Manual II) – 61 notes, enclosed (5" wind pressure) [Organ div no. 2]

16 Bourdon 97 4 Orchestral Flute
8
Horn Diapason
73
2 2/3
Twelfth *
8 Gedeckt 2 Piccolo *
8
Viole d'Orchestre
GT
8
Oboe
73
8
Vox Celeste [TC]
61
8
Vox Humana [sep. box]
61
8
Dulciana
GT
* not on Crescendo
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Pedal Organ – 32 notes [Organ div no. 3]

16
Bourdon [large scale]
44
8
Flute
16
Gedeckt
SW
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Couplers [Organ div no. 4]

Great to Pedal Great 16', 4', Unison Separation
Swell to Pedal Swell 16', 4', Unison Separation
Swell to Great 16', 8', 4'
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Mechanicals [Organ div no. 5]

Tremulant Crescendo Indicator
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Adjustable Combinations [Organ div no. 6]

Pistons No. 1-2-3 affecting Great and Pedal stops
Pistons No. 1-2-3 affecting Swell and Pedal stops
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ORGAN 5/2 -- M.P. Möller, Inc. [Moller]

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M.P. Möller, Inc.

Hagerstown, Md. – Opus 4352 (1925)
Electro-pneumatic action
2 manuals, 21 stops, 10 ranks ----------

Pedal Movements [Organ div no. 1]

Great to Pedal Reversible
Balanced Swell Pedal
Crescendo Pedal
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