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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Brillion, Wisconsin

Opus 26, 1984

shown in Trinity’s old sanctuary

GREAT pipes
8' Prestant 56
8' Gedackt 56
4' Octave 56
2' Hohlflöte 56
2' Auszug double draw from Mixture
IV Mixture 1-1/3' 224
8' Trompete 56
Swell to Great
SWELL (expressive)
8' Rohrgedackt 56
8' Salicional 56
8' Celeste preparation
4' Gemshorn 56
2-2/3' Nasat 56
2' Klein Principal 56
1-3/5' Terz 56
Tremulant affects entire instrument
16' Subbass 30
8' Floetenprincipal 30
4' Choralbass 30
16' Fagott 30
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Mechanical key and stop actions
Free standing solid oak case

Dr. Edward H. Meyer of Doctor Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota, served as consultant.

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Over the course of six days in September 2005, Op. 26 was moved from Trinity’s old church to its new facility. John Ourensma and John Panning of Dobson moved the organ with the help of Ron and Christoph Wahl of Appleton and a host of Trinity volunteers.

The pipes have been removed.

Side panels and roof panels are now removed.

Nothing left but three sides of the lower case and the console chassis.

The crew at the end of the second day.

The case is set up in the new church.

All of the façade pipes except those in the center tower are re-installed.

Trinity’s old church on Water Street.

Trinity’s new church and school on the southeast edge of Brillion.


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