The Cathedral Organs

Grande Organ
Bedient Pipe Organ, Opus 22, Mechanical Action Tracker
Originally installed in Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral, Louisville, Kentucky (Built 1986).
Reinstallation 1994, Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist, Charleston, South Carolina.
Grande Orgue:
Bourdon 16′
Flute Harmonique 8′
Montre 8′
Salicional 8′
Bourdon 8′
Prestant 4′
Octave 4′*
Doublette 2′*
Plein Jeu III - VI*
Basson 16′ *
Trompette 8′ *
Clarion 4′ *

Recit:
Voix Celeste 8′
Viole de Gamba 8′
Flute Harmonique 8′
Flute Octaviante 4′
Octavin 2′
Bassonet Hautbois 8′ (added in Charleston)
Trompette 8′ *
Cornet II *
Voix Humaine 8′ *

Pedale:
Contrebass 32′ (added in Charleston)
Contrebass 16′
Soubasse 16′
Basse Ouverte 8′
Bombarde 16′ *
Trompette 8′ *

*Ventil Control (performer’s view left to right)
Orage
G. - O./Ped
Recit - Ped
G. - O. Octaves Graves
Anches Ped
Anches G. - O.
Anches Recit
Recit/G. - O.
Tremblant
Recit Expressif

Performer’s View:
Recit stops located left to right, top row console.
Grande & Pedale stops located left to right, lower two rows console.

Notes:
Modelled on Cavaillé-Coll design, French Neo-Romantic style. Flat pedalboard. For recitals, especially Piccolo Spoleto L’Organo Series, complex literature may require a registrant assistant (normally not provided by the Cathedral).