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The organ of St. John's Episcopal Church, Highgate Falls VT was built by Henry Erben of New York in around 1837. It was originally on the west gallery of the church, but is now in the south-east corner of the nave. It would be difficult to come up with a better specification within three stops and the instrument is remarkable for its size. The instrument was on the itinerary of the 2013 Organ Historical Society Convention. The stoplist is as follows:

Manual: GG (no GG#) - f3, 58 notes (enclosed)

8' Stop'd Diapason
4' Principal
8' Trumpet (mid C up, 30 pipes)
Silent (spare knob for symmetry)

Pedal: GG (no G#) - G#, 13 notes

No pipes; permanently coupled to manual

St. John's Episcopal Church, HighgateFalls, Vermont
c. 1837 Erben organ at Highgate Falls
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