John Speller's Web Pages - US Pipe Organs
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Syracuse, New York
Westminster Presbyterian has a fine example of a 20-rank 2-manual-and-pedal organ by William A. Johnson, of Westfield, Mass., Op. 43 of 1855, enlarged by Johnson & Son in around 1865. The sound is typical of the refinement for which Johnson was justly famous. The stop list is:
Great: C-g3, 56 notes
8' Open Diapason
8' Dulciana TC
8' Melodia Treble (English mouths)
8' Stop'd Diapason Base
8' Quintadena T.C.
4' Wald Flute T.C. (German mouths)
Swell: C-g3, 56 notes, enclosed
8' Open Diapason (stopped wood bass)
8' Salicional T.C.
8' Stop'd Diapason T.C.
8' Stop'd Diapason Bass
4' Flute Harmonique
Dolce Cornet III (12-15-17; Tierce missing)
8' Oboe & Bassoon
Pedal: C-e, 17 notes
16' Open Diapason
Swell to Great
Swell to Great 8va.
Pedals & Great
Pedals & Swell Base