St. Marks United Church of Christ, New Albany, Indiana
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1968 M. P. Moller, Hagerstown, Maryland, Opus #10435

Pedal Swell Great Choir Echo Accessories

16' Subbass
16' Rohrflote
8' Principal
8' Rohrflote
4' Octave
4' Flote
2' Super Octave
16' Double Trompet
4' Rohrschalmei

16' Rohrflote
8' Rohrflote
8' Gemshorn
8' Gemshorn Celeste
4' Spitsprincipal
Scharf III
8' Trompette
4' Rohrschalmei
Swell 4'
Swell Unison Off
Swell 16'

8' Principal
8' Bourdon
4' Octave
Fourniture III-IV
Chimes - 21 bells

Great 4'
Great Unison Off
Great 16'

8' Nason Gedeckt
4' Koppelflote
2 2/3' Nazard
2' Principal
1 3/5' Terz
Harp (49 bars)
Tower Carillon (16 bells)

Choir 4'
Choir Unison Off
Choir 16'

8' Flute
4' Flute
4' Principal
2' Octave
Flute Celeste II

Great to Pedal
Great to Pedal 4'
Swell to Pedal
Swell to Pedal 4'
Choir to Pedal
Choir to Pedal 4'
Swell to Great 16'
Swell to Great
Swell to Great 4'
Choir to Great 16'
Choir to Great
Choir to Great 4'
Echo to Great
Swell to Choir 16'
Swell to Choir
Swell to Choir 4'
5 Swell Pistons
4 Great & Echo Pistons
5 Choir Pistons
5 Pedal Pistons
5 General Pistons

The Moller Organ in St. Mark's United Church of Christ was designed by Dr. Robert Rayfield, Professor of Music at Indiana University. Dr. Rayfield was Sara Cortolillo's organ professor when she completed her music degrees at Indiana University.

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"Angincourt Battle Hymn" - Dunstable, performed at St. Marks United Church of Christ, by Sara Cortolillo, organist, October 26, 2005

Alternate Recording:

"When In Our Music, God is Glorified"
- Sara Cortolillo, organist

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