First Presbyterian Church
222 Walnut Street, Jeffersonville, Indiana
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Pedal Swell Great

32′ Resultant

16′ Subbass
16′ Rohr Gedeckt (GT)
8′ Principal Bass
8′ Flute
4′ Choral Bass
2′ Choral Bass
16′ Posaune (GT)
8′ Trompette (GT)
Great to Pedal 8′
Great to Pedal 4′
Swell to Pedal 8′
Swell to Pedal 4′

 

 


8′ Gemshorn
8′ Gemshorn Celeste
8′ Bourdon
4′ Principal
4′ Koppel Flote
2′ Octave
8′ Trompette
8′ Oboe
Tremulant
8′ Trumpet (GT)
Unison Off
Swell 16′
Swell 4′


16′ Rohr Gedeckt
8′ Principal
8′ Rohrflote
4′ Octave
4′ Travers Flote
2 2/3′ Nazard
2′ Flachflote
1 3/5′ Tierce
Mixture IV
8′ Trumpet
Tremulant
Chimes
Unison Off
16′ Great
4′ Great
Swell to Great 16′
Swell to Great 8′
Swell to Great 4′
 

 


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Carillon De Westminster – Louis Verne, performed at First Presbyterian Church, by Dr. David K. Lamb

Recording from “A Joyous Yuletide Journey”, courtesy David Lamb & Miller Pipe Organ Company

 

 


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