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Zimmer Organ

W. Zimmer & Sons (1980)
Two Manual
Mechanical Action

16' Bourdon
8' Principal
8' Gedackt
4' Octave
2' Flachflote
8' Trumpet
Cornet II-III
Mixture IV-V 
8' Rohrflote
8' Spitzgamba
8' Celeste (T.C.)
4' Koppelflote
2' Principal
1 1/3' Quint
8' Krummhorn
16' Subbass
8'  Bourdon
8'  Offenbass
4'   Choralbass
Rauschpfeife II
16'  Fagott
Swell to Great
Swell to Pedal
Great to Pedal
12 General Pistons
4 Great Division
4 Swell Division
4 Pedal Division
The case is made of oak, standing free from the surrounding walls, with shutters enclosing the swell division.  The facade is formed by 52 functioning pipes of polished zinc.  There is a total of 1376 pipes in the organ.  The natural keys are black and made of Grenadilla, the sharp keys are white and made of maple with a plastic overlay.  The console is recessed 15 inches into the floor and is hidden by the altar much of the time.