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Epiphany Episcopal Church, Kingsville, Texas

List of stops 

Great 

  • Principal                  8′
  • Hohlflute (Sw)          8′
  • Octave                  4′
  • Chimneyflute (Sw)    4′
  • Super Octave          2’
  • Mixture                 IV
  • Cromorne               8′
  • Tremulant
  • Swell to Great
  • Swell to Great 4
  • Chimes
  • Zimbelstern

 Swell  

  • Gedeckt                16′
  • Chimneyflute           8′
  • Gemshorn              8′
  • Celeste                  8′
  • Principal                  4′
  • Hohlflute                 4′
  • Nazard             2 2/3′
  • Blockflute                2′
  • Tierce              1 3/5′
  • Trumpet                8′
  • Tremulant
  • Swell to Swell 4

 Pedal  

  • Subbass               16′
  • Gedeckt                16′
  • Principal                  8′
  • Chimneyflute (Sw)    8′
  • Octave (Gt)            4′
  • Hohlflute (Sw)          4′
  • Trumpet (Sw)        16′
  • Trumpet (Sw)         8′
  • Cromorne (Gt)         4′
  • Great to Pedal
  • Swell to Pedal
  • Swell to Swell

Free-standing organ in oak case in balcony choir loft at west end of the church building.

Grilles of oiled oak in upper panels representing the star, symbol of the epiphany.

Panels of oiled willow wood in lower case with cutouts illustrating events of the liturgical year,

 beginning at either outer edge with Maundy Thursday (bread and wine), Good Friday (cross),

 Easter (butterfly, symbol of resurrection), and Pentecost (fish, symbol of the church).

Organ contains 18 ranks (sets) of pipes arranged to produce 15 voices (different sounds which

can be played singly or combined with other voices). 

 Most of the pipes are made of the standard pipe alloy of 50% tin, 50% lead.  The large pipes

visible in front are made of aluminum.  The largest pipes, those for the Pedal Subbass 16’, are

made of poplar wood and are in the lower section of the case.

 Organ completed in 1989.