Indiana University Jacobs School of Music - Schantz Organ
Bloomington, Indiana
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Schantz Organ Company, Orrville, Ohio

Opus #602, 1963

The original 1963 specification was by Oswald Ragatz and George Wilson. Modifications have been made since, reflected in the updated stoplist below.

Pedal Swell Great Choir Positiv

32' Resultant
16' Subbass
16' Contra Basse
16' Quintaton
16' Bourdon
8' Subbass
8' Octave
8' Bourdon
4' Nachthorn
4' Choralbass
2' Nachthorn
Mixture III
16' Bombarde
16' Basson
8' Bombarde
8' Hautbois
4' Clarinet

16' Bourdon
8' Flute a Chem
8' Viola da Gamba
8' Voix Celeste
4' Prestant
4' Flute Ouverte
2 2/3' Nazard
2' Flute a Bec
1 3/5' Tierce
Plein Jeu III
16' Basson
8' Trompette
8' Hautbois
8' Vox Humaine
4' Clarion
Unison Off

16' Quintaton
8' Principal
8' Hohlflote
4' Octave
4' Koppel Flote
2' Super Octave
Mixture III
Unison Off

8' Stopped Diapason
8' Dolcan
8' Unde Maris
4' Principal
4' Koppelflote
2' Octave
1 1/3' Quinte
1' Sifflote
Terzian III
8' Clarinet
8' Oboe
Unison Off

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Vif from Deuxieme Symphonie - Andre Fleury

performed on the Schantz organ by Scott Elsholz

Recording copyright of Scott Elsholz & used with permission.

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