Madison Presbyterian Church, Madison, Indiana
Large format photography & Music Sound Samples
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M.P. Moller, Hagerstown, Maryland, Opus 5430, 1928
Goulding & Wood, Inc, 1985

 

Pedal Swell Great

32′ Resultant
16′ Bourdon
16′ Lieblich Gedeckt
8′ Octave
4′ Octave
4′ Spitz Flute
2′ Spitz Flute
16′ Hautbois
8′ Hautbois
4′ Hautbois
Great to Pedal 8
Great to Pedal 4
Swell to Pedal 8
Swell to Pedal 4
 

 


8′ Stopped Diapason
8′ Salicional
8′ Voix Celeste
8′ Dulciana
4′ Principal
4′ Spitz Flute
2′ Spits Flute
1 1/3′ Larigot
Scharf II
16′ Hautbois
8′ Hautbois
8′ Trompette
Tremolo
Swell to Swell 16
Swell Unison Off
Swell to Swell 4
Great to Swell 8
 

 


8′ Principal
8′ Bourdon
8′ Dulciana
4′ Octave
4′ Rohr Flute
4′ Fugara
2 2/3′ Nazard
2′ Super Octave
Mixutre II
8′ Hautbois
Great to Great 16
Great Unison Off
Great to Great 4
Swell to Great 16
Swell to Great 8
Swell to Great 4
Chimes 

 


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“Sonata Op. 65 No. 2” – Felix Mendelesohn

1. Grave – Adagio

performed at Madison Presbyterian Church, by Theresa Bauer, March 28, 2006

 

 


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