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St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Burlington, Vermont

St. Paul's Cathedral in Burlington is a breathtakingly beautiful building in a breathtakingly beautiful city and possesses a breathtakingly beautiful organ. The cathedral has fabulous views of Lake Champlain. The old St. Paul's Cathedral was destroyed by fire in 1971 and the present building, designed by Burlington Associates (now Truex, Cullins & Partners), was dedicated in November 1973. The organ, which has mechanical action and was completed in 1974, is the work of Montreal organ builder Karl Wilhelm.

Great C-g3, 56 notes

16' Bourdon
8' Prinzipal
8' Hohlflöte
4' Oktave
4' Spitzflöte
22/3' Nazard
2' Superoktave
13/5'Terz 1 3/5
11/3' Mixture IV-V
8' Trompete

Positif C-g3, 56 notes

8' Gedeckt
4' Prinzipal
4' Rohrflöte
2' Gemshorn
11/3' Larigot
2/3' Scharff III
8' Cromorne

Pedal C-f1, 30 notes

16' Subbass
8' Prinzipal
4' Oktave
2' Rauschpfeife III
16' Fagott
Burlington, Vermont from Lake Champlain. Photograph courtesy of Wikipedia Commons
Karl Wilhelm Op. 32 of 1973 at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Burlington, Vermont. Photograph courtesy of Bruce Cornely
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