Kegg Pipe Organ
This 76 rank instrument is well developed with romantic roots, balanced choruses, and rich in tonal colors. Completely encased in the gallery, the organ enjoys ideal placement. The Great, Swell and Choir are located at impost level with the Solo above in the center. The Pedal is at the left side. The facade consists of the Great Violone, Great Principal and Pedal Octave. Of special note are the Kegg Ensemble stops appearing on the Solo.
The specification is very complete and holds forth well in this James Renwick building, enjoying 4+ seconds of reverberation. This vibrant church enjoys a rich tradition and history of classical music and liturgy.
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