Left: Opus 23 (II/15). Right: 1859 Thomas Robjohn (II/11).

Opus 23 has a big sound, including a full-length 16' Posaune. "Either-or" registration makes all manual stops playable from either manual, and the 2-stop Pedal division features an octave coupler. Mechanical key and stop action. Stop list (pdf)

The Robjohn instrument is the only surviving work of Thomas Robjohn (New York). The walnut case, entirely veneered in rosewood, is perhaps its most notable feature. Several organists enjoyed its lovely sound at an open house a few years ago. See specs and more photos on our Opus 37 page.

The two-manual Cramer reed organ (right sidebar) is certainly a rare instrument today. It has been thoroughly rebuilt, including replacing missing or broken reeds. The sound of the full chorus (16-8-4) is rich indeed.

2-manual Cramer reed organ

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