Christ Episcopal Church, Madison, Indiana
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History: Christ Church was consecrated by the Bishop of Indiana, the Rt. Rev. George Upfold, DD., on February 31, 1848.

The cornerstone of the Christ Episcopal Church in Madison, Indiana, was laid on October 31, 1848. The gothic revival church was dedicated on February 7, 1850.

It is documented that the sister of Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of President Abraham Lincoln, attended this church and was thought to be organist as well on a previous instrument.

 


M.P. Moller, Hagerstown, Maryland, Opus 10,383, 1968

 

Pedal Swell Great

16′ Bourdon
8′ Principal
8′ Flote
4′ Octave
4′ Flote
8′ Trompette
4′ Clarion
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
 

16′ Bourdon
8′ Rohr Gedeckt
8′ Gambe
8′ Dulciana
4′ Rohrflote
4′ Fugara
2 2/3′ Flote Twelth
2′ Flautino
8′ Trompette
4′ Clarion
Tremolo
 

8′ Principal
8′ Rohr Gedeckt
8 Gambe
8′ Dulciana
4′ Rohrflote
4′ Fugara
2 2/3′ Dulciana 2 2/3′
2′ Super Octave
8′ Trompette
Swell to Great
 


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“Poco Vivace” – From Little Preludes & Intermezzi, Op. 9, No. 6, Herman Schroeder.

performed at Christ Episcopal Church, by Theresa Bauer, March 28, 2006