Cathedral Organs

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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)

 

HOOFDWERK

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

 

BOVENWERK (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