Pipe Organ

The pipe organ at St. Lawrence was originally installed and built by the Kimball Organ Company.  It was expanded in 2008 to 26 ranks of pipes in a two manual and pedal disposition.  The organ is used for nearly 400 services per year.

Pipe Organ 147 Pie Jesu (Karl Jenkins)
Martin Ellis, Organist
 Praise to the Lord

O God, Beyond All Praising

 

ST. LAWRENCE CATHOLIC CHURCH
2 MANUALS · 26 RANKS · 1,475 PIPES

Great Division
Manual II – Unenclosed

16’   Dulciana
8’     Principal
8’     Open Flute
8’     Chimney Flute
8’     Dulciana
8’     Unda Maris
4’     Octave
4’     Chimney Flute
2’     Fifteenth
III    Mixture  1 1/3’
8’     Clarinet
Chimes
4’ Great to Great
16’ Swell to Great
8’ Swell to Great
4’ Swell to Great
MIDI on Great

Swell Division
Manual I – Enclosed
16’     Violone
8’       Open Diapason
8’       Stopped Diapason
8’       Viola
8’       Salicional
8’       Vox Celeste
4’       Principal
4’       Harmonic Flute
2 2/3’ Nazard
2’       Flautino
1 3/5’ Tierce
8’       Trumpet
8’       Oboe
16’  Swell to Swell
Swell Unison Off
4’  Swell to Swell
MIDI on Swell
Tremulant


Pedal Division
32’   Subbourdon
16’   Bourdon
16’   Lieblich Gedect
16’   Principal
16’   Dulciana
8’     Octave
8’     Bourdon
8’     Dolce Flute
4’     Choral Bass
4’     Still Flute
II     Rauschquinte 2 2/3’
16’   Trumpet  (Swell)
4’     Clarinet  (Great)
8’ Great to Pedal
8’ Swell to Pedal
MIDI on Pedal

Accessories
Zimbelstern
Toe Pistons:
General 1 – 12
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal
Pedal 1 – 4
Tutti

Expression Pedals:
Swell
Crescendo

Memory:
6 pistons to the Great
6 pistons to the Swell
12 general pistons
100 levels of piston memory