First Congregational Church
Whately, Massachusetts

Estey Pipe Organ Company, Brattleboro, Vermont, Opus 1263, 1914, 2 manuals, 8 ranks, Tubular-pneumatic action; partially restored – main chests releathered by John Wessel, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1993; complete releathering restoration of the coupler Tubular-pneumatic system by Messrs. Czelusniak et Dugal, Inc., Northampton, Massachusetts, completed in the spring of 2011

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The pipe organ was a gift to the church in 1914, from Andrew Carnegie Foundation and replaced a two-manual Wm. A. Johnson tracker moved to its third home in the Congregational Church, Heath, Massachusetts, where it remains in service today.

STOPLIST

GREAT
3 stops
3 ranks
 
1.
Open Diapason
8'
61
pipes
2.
Dolce
8'
61
"
3.
Clarabella
8'
61
"
 
 
SWELL
4 stops
4 ranks
 
4.
Gedackt
8'
61
pipes
5.
Aeoline
8'
61
"
6.
Flute d'Amour
4'
61
"
7.
Oboe (Labial)
8'
61
"
8.
Tremolo
 
 
PEDAL
1 stop
1 rank
 
9.
Bourdon
16'
30
pipes
 
 
COUPLERS
 
10.
Great to Pedal
11.
Swell to Pedal
12.
Great Unison Off
13.
Swell to Great
14.
Swell to Great 4'
15.
Swell to Great 16'
16.
Swell Unison Off
17.
Swell to Swell 4'
18.
Swell to Swell 16'
       
       

Fully pneumatic console, internal mechanisms,
in the shop for releathering restoration.

 

The original Estey order card remains in the organ.

 






 

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