PEDAL (Unenclosed)

32’ Quintbass 32 notes

16’ Prinzipal 32 pipes *

16’ Subbass 32 pipes *

16’ Holzgedackt (Gt) 32 notes 

8’ Oktave 32 pipes *

8’ Subbass 12 pipes 

4’ Choralbass 12 pipes 

4’ Flötenbass 12 pipes 

2’ Mixtur III 96 pipes

16’ Posaune 32 pipes *

16’ Fagottbass (Sw) 32 notes

8’ Trompete 12 pipes

4’ Krummhorn (Pos) 32 notes

Antiphonal to Pedal


COUPLERS

8’ Great to Pedal - reversible thumb and toe 

8’ Swell to Pedal - reversible thumb and toe 

8’ Positiv to Pedal - reversible thumb and toe 

16’ Swell to Great 

8’ Swell to Great 

8’ Positiv to Great 

8’ Swell to Positiv 


Rear Shades Closed (Swell) - rocking tablet


Tutti - reversible thumb and toe


Claudine Meyer Fife Memorial Zimbelstern - reversible toe 1997 Webber and Bourne installation, a gift from Dr. Peter and Mrs. Margaret Fife Tanguay.


† Original 1925 Henry Pilcher’s Sons Echo division.


* 1925 Henry Pilcher’s Sons rank revoiced by Steiner.


** 2005 Webber & Bourne installation (also including new rocking coupler tablets), gifts from Mr. and Mrs. William Colyer and the William Schneider Memorial.


Call the church office at (502) 587.1653 for an appointment.


Three Manuals, Forty-two Ranks

St. John’s Steiner organ is comprised of thirty-one ranks of new pipes. In addition, seven other ranks from the 1925 Henry Pilcher’s Sons organ were revoiced by Steiner Organs, Inc. The four rank Pilcher Echo division remains as installed in 1925 within the original 1867 J. G. Pfeffer case. This brings the 1981 Steiner organ to forty-two ranks. The 1964 Schantz console was completely rebuilt by Steiner to include a solid state combination action. The organ is currently maintained by Webber & Bourne Organ Builders, LLC.

GREAT (Unenclosed, Manual II)

16’ Holzgedackt (Pos) 12 pipes

8’ Prinzipal 61 pipes

8’ Gedackt 61 pipes

4’ Oktave 61 pipes

4’ Spitzflöte 61 pipes

2’ Kleinoktave 61 pipes1

1/3’ Mixtur IV-VI 282 pipes

8’ Trompete 61 pipes

4’ Klarine 49 notes ** 

Glocken (Ant) 20 tubes †

Great to Great 16’ ** 


SWELL (Enclosed, Manual III)

8’ Rohrflöte 61 pipes

8’ Salizional 61 pipes *

8’ Schwebung 49 pipes *

4’ Spitzprinzipal 61 pipes

4’ Waldflöte 61 notes ** 

2 2/3’ Nasat 61 pipes

2’ Blockflöte 61 pipes

1 3/5’ Terz 61 pipes

1’ Scharff IV 208 pipes

16’ Fagottbass 12 pipes

8’ Fagott-Trompete 61 pipes

Tremolo

Swell to Swell 16’ ** 


POSITIV (Unenclosed, Manual I)

8’ Holzgedackt 61 pipes *

4’ Koppelflöte 61 pipes

2’ Prinzipal 61 pipes

1/3’ Zimbel III 183 pipes

8’ Trompete (Gt) 61 notes ** 

8’ Krummhorn 61 pipes

Tremolo

Antiphonal to Positiv


ANTIPHONAL (Enclosed, Manual I)

8’ Gedackt 61 pipes †

8’ Vox Ætheria 61 pipes †

8’ Vox Angelica (Celeste) 61 pipes †

8’ Vox Humana 61 pipes † Tremolo

The 1981 St. John Steiner Organ