All Saints Organ

   The Schantz Pipe Organ at All Saints

The organ was installed in January 1997, and was made by the Schantz Organ Company, Orrville, Ohio.

Console: Contemporary “Choirmaster” Console with rocking tablet controls, movable by means of built-in casters
Keyboards: Naturals of grenadilla and sharps of maple with ivory colored caps.
Combination System – Capture
8 memory levels, 10 Generals, thumb and toe pistons
General Cancel
Sforzando thumb and toe pistons
Great to Pedal reversible thumb and toe pistons
Balanced Crescendo Shoe
Balanced Swell Expression Shoe
Keyed Blower
22 Ranks-1284 Pipes
Slider Windchests.

Stop List
GREAT ORGAN
8′ Principal
8′ Rohrflote
4′ Octave
4′ Traversflote
2′ Gemshorn
II. Sesquialtera TC
IV Fourniture
8′ (Sw) Trompette
Tremulant
SWELL ORGAN
8′ Gedeckt
8′ Gambe
8′ Voix celeste TC
4′ Prestant
4′ Koppleflote
2′ Octav (from Mixture)
III Mixture
8′ Trompette
8′ Oboe (prepared)
Tremulant
PEDAL ORGAN
16′ Bourdon
8′ Octave
8′ Bourdon
4′ Choralbass
16′ (Sw) Contre Trompette
8′ (Sw) Trompette
‘8’ Great to Pedal
8′ Swell to Pedal