Cathedral Church of St Mark (Episcopal)

519 Oak Grove Street

Minneapolis, MN 55403

 

Builders:

1871 - E. & G.G. Hook Opus 581

1928 - Welte Organ Co

1929 - Welte - Tripp Organ Co

1930 - Kimball Organ Co (Antiphonal)

1953 - Aeolian-Skinner Op 1278 (Sw Trumpet)

1961 - M.P. Möller Opus M-13082 (Console)

1965 - M.P. Möller Opus R-738

1976 - M.P. Möller Opus M-8399

1983 - Gould and Schultz (Major rebuild)

1996 - Schantz (Console)

2013 - Foley-Baker, Inc.  (Major rebuild)

Manuals: 4

Stops: 87

Divisions: 7

Action: Electropneumatic

--Stoplist from the Cathedral.  Additional information from David Engen and M.P. Möller Archive. Photos from Richard Rasch.

Last Update: 2/2011


GREAT ORGAN

16' Double Open Diapason (49 new)

8' Open Diapason (1-12 new, 13-61 Welte)

8' Principal (new)

8' Gemshorn (Moller)

8' Rohrflute (Moller)

8' Harmonic Flute (1-19 cb Rohrflute 20-61 new)

4' Octave (new)

4' Spitzflute (Moller)

2.2/3' Twelfth (new)

2' Fifteenth (new)

IV Founiture (new)

Cornet III (new)

16' Double Trumpet (new)

8' Trumpet (new)

4' Clarion (new)

Tremolo

Chimes (digital)

Harp (digital)


SWELL ORGAN

16' Double Melodia (Welte)

8' Open Diapason (Welte)

8' Stopped Diapason (new)

8' Gamba (new)

8' Gamba Celeste (new)

8' Dolce (Moller)

8' Dolce Celeste (Moller)

4' Octave (Welte)

4' Harmonic Flute (new)

2' Principal (Moller)

Mixture IV-V (Moller)

8' Oboe (Welte)

8' Vox Humana (Welte)

16' Posaune (Welte)

8' Trumpet (Welte)

4' Clarion (Welte)

Tremolo


CHOIR ORGAN

16' Diapason (1-12 new, 13-61 Welte)

8' Gedeckt (Moller)

8' Viole (Moller)

8' Viole Celeste (Moller)

4' Octave (Moller)

4' Koppelflote (Moller)

2.2/3' Nazard (Moller)

2' Blockflote (Moller)

1.3/5' Tierce (Moller)

1' Sifflote (Moller)

16' Petite Trompette (Moller)

8' Trompette (ext)

8' English Horn (Moller)

Harp (digital)


SOLO ORGAN

16' Contra Viole (ext)

8' Claribella (Welte)

8' Viole da Gamba (Moller)

8' Viole (Kimball)

8' Viole Celeste (Kimball)

4' Viole (ext)

8' Corno d'Amour (Kimball)

8' Clarinet (Kimball)

8' Trompette Harmonique (Moller)

4' Clarion Harmonique (Moller)

8' Tuba (Welte)

Tremolo


POSITIV (Floating)

8' Copula (Moller)

4' Flachtflöte (Moller)

2' Principal (Moller)

IV Scharff (Moller)

8' Krummhorn (Moller)


PEDAL ORGAN

32' Bourdon (digital)

32' Lieblich Gedeckt (digital)

16' Open Wood (Welte)

16' Principal (Welte)

16' Bourdon (Welte)

16' Double Melodia (Sw)

16' Gamba (Welte)

8' Principal (ext)

8' Bourdon (ext)

8' Gamba (ext)

4' Choral Bass (Moller)

4' Bourdon (ext)

2' Principal (ext)

32' Contra Bombarde (Moller)

16' Bombarde (Moller)

16' Double Trompette (CH)

16' Posaune (SW)

8' Bombarde (ext)

8' Trompette (ext)

4' Bombarde (ext)


ANTIPHONAL PEDAL

Antiphonal Pedal:

16' Bourdon

8' Flute

 

ANTIPHONAL GREAT

8' Principal

4' Principal

2' Principal

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Richard C Greene, Organ list manager
739 Como Ave
Saint Paul, MN 55103
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Winter, 2011

The St. Mark's organ is now in Connecticut for its rebuild by Foley-Baker.  In their cataloging of the pipes, they have determined that the Aeolian-Skinner Trompette added in about 1953 was given new tongues in the Moller rebuild, and it became the Bombarde in the Bombarde division. Plans for installation are for 2013.

Exterior view

Console and nave

Epistle side and Choir Organ

Epistle side and Choir Organ

Epistle side and Choir Organ

Main division on the Gospel side

Nave and echo division.

Also see Organ Historical Society Archive listing:

http://database.organsociety.org/SingleOrganDetails.php?OrganID=47623