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Details of Tabernacle, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA


Organ History
Built by Jardine & Son
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ” - Robert Cosks & Co., 1877, London

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
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I. Great
1.Double Open Diapason16'metal.
2.Open Diapason Major8'metal.
3.Open Diapason minor8'metal.
4.Doppel Diapason8'wood.
5.Melody Diapason8'wood.
6.Quint5 1/3'metal.
7.Principal4'metal.
8.Nasard2 2/3'metal.
9.Piccolo2'metal.
10.CymbalII [17-19] metal.
11.SesquialteraIII [15-22-29:8-12-15] metal.
12.Gamba8'metal.
13.Dulcissima8'metal.
14.Harmonic4' 
15.Clarionet4' 
16.Trumpet8' 
17.Quint  
iSwell to Great  
iiOrchestral to Great  
II. Swell
18.Bourdon16'wood and metal.
19.Open Diapason8'metal.
20.Clariona8'metal.
21.Clarionet Flute8'wood and metal.
22.Dulcina8'metal.
23.Violono4'metal.
24.Piccolo2'metal.
25.CornetIImetal.
26.Cornopean8'metal.
27.Oboe with Bassoon8' 
28.Vox Humana8'metal.
29.Echo Flute4' 
III. Orchestral
30.Song Trumpet8'metal.
31.Concert Flute8'wood.
32.Horn8'metal.
33.Flute à Pavillon4' 
Pedal
34.Open Diapason16' 
35.Violin16'metal.
36.Contra-Bourdon16' 
37.Gross-Quint10 2/3'wood.
38.Violoncello8' 
39.Flute4'metal.
40.Trombone16'metal.
iiiGreat to Pedal  
ivSwell to Pedal  



List of Organists
1870-72George W. Morgan (1821-1892)
Henry Eyre Brown (1846-1925)