Trinity United Methodist Church Atlanta
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Your Church Home in the City
9:30 a.m.
Sunday School for children, youth and adults
 
10:55 a.m.
Worship
 
Childcare is provided during worship for children 4 and younger.

A time of fellowship follows the worship service.

The Austin Organ

    The 39-rank Austin organ, originally built by the Austin Organ Company in 1912 and refurbished in 1995, provides a distinctive and reverberant sound, permitting the performance of a wide repertoire of organ works as well as strong support for congregational and choral song.
   
    The organ originally had four divisions: Swell, Orchestral, Great, and Echo. The last division was not included in the 1995 renovation by A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Sales and Service of Lithonia, GA. Five of its thirty-nine ranks of pipes came from the old Whitehall St. church. Its construction uses the universal wind-chest method and is electro-pneumatic. The current three-manual console in the sanctuary, which dates from 1916, was rebuilt as part of the 1995 renovation to accommodate a solid-state memory system; a second, three-manual console is located in the assembly hall behind the sanctuary.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Stop list for The Austin Organ, Opus 362, built in 1912 for Trinity United Methodist Church
*Additions made in 1994 by A.E. Schlueter
Three Manuals and Pedal

Great 

16 Bourdon 
8 Open Diapason 
8 Gross Flute 
8 Gamba 
4 Octave 
4 Flute 
2 Super Octave 
IV Fourniture 1 1/3 
8 Trumpet 
Chimes
Zimbelstern
Great to Great 16, UO, 4
Swell to Great 16, 8, 4
Orchestral to Great 16, 8, 4

 

Pipes

61
61
61
61
61
61
61
244*
61

Swell 

16 Lieblich Gedeckt 
8 Open Diapason 
8 Stopped Diapason 
8 Viole d’Orchestre 
8 Voix Celeste (TC) 
8 Aeoline 
4 Flute d’Amour 
2 2/3 Nazard 
2 Flautino 
III Mixture 
16 Contra Pousane 
8 Coropean 
8 Oboe 
Swell to Swell 16, UO, 4
Tremolo

 

Pipes

73
73
73
73
61
73
73
61*
61
183
73
73
73