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Hendricks Chapel Organ

Contact Information

University Organist: Annie Laver
Email: alaver@syr.edu
Phone: 315.443.5043

About Hendricks Chapel Organ
The Hendricks Chapel Organ was built by Walter Holtkamp in 1952.

Hendricks Chapel Organ Stoplist: This specification reflects the present stoplist. Some shifts have been made since Holtkamp's 1952 stoplist.

PEDAL

BRUSTWERK

Principal

16'

Copula

8'

Subbass

16'

Spitzflöte

4'

Quintadena (Gt)

16'

Nazard

2 2/3'

Quinte (ext)

10 2/3'

Principal

2'

Octave

8'

Flautino

2'

Gedackt

8'

Tierce

1 3/5'

Choralbass

4'

Fourniture

III

Spillflöte

2'

Zimbel

II

Piccolo

2'

Cromorne

8'

Mixture

III

Festival Trumpet

8'

Posaune

16'

Dulzian (Gt)

16'

SWELL

Trumpet (ext)

8'

Chimney Flute

8'

Basson

8'

Gamba

8'

Oboe (ext)

4'

Voix Celeste

8'

Echo Pedal Bourdon

16'

Octave Geigen

4'

Nachthorn

4'

GREAT

Blockflöte

2'

Quintadena

16'

Larigot

1 1/3'

Principal

8'

Rauschquint

II

Gedackt

8'

Fagott

8'

Gross Octav

4'

Oboe

8'

Octave

4'

Schalmey

4'

Rohrflöte

4'

Tremolo

Sesquialtera

II

Doublette

2'

ECHO (Aeolian, 1930)

Sifflöte

1'

Diapason

8'

Mixture

IV

Flute Celeste

8'

Dulzian

16'

Gemshorn Celeste

8'

Trumpet

8'

Octave Flute

4'

Festival Trumpet

8'

Vox Humana

8'

Chimes