St. Anthony

St. Anthony, Great North Peninsula

Builder: M.P. Moller
Hagerstown, Maryland
Op. 7751
1948
 

STOPS LIST AND NOTES 

Great Organ 
(enclosed – 61 notes)

Diapason Conique (8)

Leiblich Gedact (8)

Salicional (8)

Octave Conique (4)

Quint (2⅔)

Super Octave (2)

Swell Organ 
(enclosed – 61 notes)

Crescendo and Swell Pedals

Lieblich Gedackt (8)

Salicional (8)

Quintatina (8) syn

Lieblich Flute (4)

Salicet (4)

Nazard (2⅔)

Piccolo (2)

Oboe (8) syn

Tremulant 

Pedal Organ (32 notes) concave radiating pedal clavier unenclosed

Bourdon (16)

Lieblich Gedact (16)

Octave Conique (4)

Lieblich Flute (4)

Super Octave (2)

 

Notes:

1. This organ, with tonal resources of three extended ranks, has an amazing quality and quantity of sound from approximately 250 pipes. There are 19 "stops" from three extended ranks.

2. Resources:

Diapason Conique – Gt. 8, 4 & 2, Ped. 4 & 2
Lieblich: Sw. 8, 4, 2⅔, 2: Gt. 8: Ped. 8, 4
Salicional: Gt. 8, 2⅔; Sw. 8, 4, Oboe 8 (Salicional and Nazard), Quintatina 8 (Flute 8 and Nazard 2 2/3) 
Bourdon: Ped. 16

3. This American organ by the then world’s largest builder was probably initiated by the Grenfell Mission headquartered in St. Anthony.

4. For more thoughts on the pros and cons of unit organs see St. John The Evangelist, Coley's Point; St. Martin's Anglican, Gander; Basilica, Labrador City; and St. David's Presbyterian, St. John's.