Cathedral Organs

There are two Dutch mechanical action organs by Flentrop in the Cathedral, a 1976 Choir Organ of 14 stops and a 1977 Great Organ of three manuals and 39 stops. A Flemish harpsicord and a 1912 Steinway grand piano are also used frequently.

Photo: 1977 Great Organ by Flentrop

1977 Great Organ by Flentrop

TRINITY CATHEDRAL CLEVELAND

ORGANS BY FLENTROP,
ZAANDAM, NETHERLANDS
GREAT ORGAN (1977)

The Great Organ of Trinity Cathedral

The Dutch mechanical action Great Organ by Flentrop, Zaandam, Netherlands installed in 1977 with three manuals and 39 stops.

HOOFDWERK

16′ Prestant
8′ Prestant
8′ Roerfluit
4′ Octaaf
3′ Quint
2′ Octaaf
III-V Mixtuur
II-III Scherp
16′ Fagot
8′ Trumpet

ENWERK (Expressive)

8′ Prestant
8′ Bourdon
8′ Gamba (from c’)
4′ Octaaf
4′ Fluit
2 2/3′ Nasard
2′ Flageolet
1 3/5′ Terz
1′ Flageolet
8′ Schalmey
4′ Trompet

RUGWERK 8′ Prestant (from F)

8′ Gedeckt
4′ Octaaf
4′ Roerfluit
2′ Octaaf
1 1/3′ Larigot
II Sesquialter
III-IV Mixtuur
8′ Kromhoorn

PEDAAL

16′ Bourdon
8′ Octaaf
8′ Gedeckt
4′ Octaaf
2′ Woudfluit
16′ Bazuin
8′ Trompet
4′ Trompet

Mechanical key and stop action

Tremulant to entire organ
BW/HW, RW/HW
BW/P, HW/P, RW/P
Tuning: equal

CHOIR ORGAN (1976)

I

8′ Roerfluit
4′ Octaaf
2′ Octaaf
III Mixtuur
II Sexquialter

II

8′ Gedeckt
4′ Fluit
2 2/3′ Nasard
2′ Fluit
1 3/5′ Terz
8′ Kromhoorn

PED 16′

Bourdon
8′ Quintadeen

Mechanical key and stop action

II/I I/P, II/P

Tuning: equal