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Holtkamp Practice Organs
Holtkamp Practice Organ 1 Manual I – Rohrflöte 8’
Manual II – Gedeckt 8’
Pedal – Open Flute 8’
Holtkamp Practice Organ 2 Manual I – Gedackt 8’
Principal 4’
Quintadena 4’(Man.II)
Zimbel II
Manual II – Quintadena 8’
Gedackt 4’(Man.I)
Principal 2’(Man.I)
Larigot 1_’(Man.I)
Pedal – Quintadena 16’(Man.II)
Gedackt 8’(Man.I)
Principal 4’(Man.I)
Quintadena 4’(Man.II)
Walcker Practice Organ
Walcker Practice Organ Manual I – Gedeckt 8’
Prinzipal 4’
Mixtur 2-3 fach
II – I

Manual II – Rohrflöte 8’
Koppelflöte 4’
Prinzipal 2’
Sesquialtera 2 fach

Pedal – Subbaß 16’
Gedecktbaß 8’
Choralbaß 4’
I – Pedal
II – Pedal

Schlicker Organ (Recital Hall)
Schlicker Organ Swell
Gedeckt 8’
Salicional 8’
Rohrfloete 4’(Gt.)
Nazard 2_’
Principal 2’(Gt.)
Tierce 1 3/5’
Scharf III
Fagott 16’(Ext.)
Fagott 8’
Fagott 4’(Ext.)
Tremolo
Swell to Swell 4’

Great
Rohrfloete 8’
Principal 4’
Spitzfloete 4’
Hohlfloete 2’
Mixture V
Fagott 8’(Sw.)
Swell to Great 16’
Swell to Great 8’
Swell to Great 4’

Pedal – Pommer 16’
Gemshorn 8’
Principal 4’
Rauschpfeife II
Fagott 16’(Ext.)
Fagott 8’(Sw.)
Fagott 4’(Ext.)
Great to Pedal 8’
Swell to Pedal 8’

- 4 General Memory Pistons
- 3 Memory Pistons per Division
- Crescendo

Holtkamp Organ (Concert Hall)
Holtkamp Organ The organ in the Concert Hall of the Frank Moody Music Building was reated by the Holtkamp Organ Company of Cleveland, Ohio, at the instigation of  arren Hutton, then Professor of Music and University Organist. The  instrument was funded entirely by private donors.

There are sixty-five and one-half independent stops and eighty-six ranks of pipes. There are some five thousand pipes in the instrument. The key action is mechanical (tracker action), and the stop action is electric. There is mechanical intermanual coupling, but there is also additional, electrical coupling for Swell to Great, Positiv to Great, and Swell to Positiv. These three special couplers are designated with an “E,” so there is a “Swell to Great E” coupler as well as the usual “Swell to Great” coupler.

Walter Holtkamp, the builder, described the physical organization as follows: “The Solo, an enclosed division, is located directly above the console. Above the Solo is the Great and at the top of the central section we placed the Swell. Flanking the Great and Solo is the Pedal. Above the Pedal, on each side, is the Positiv.”

The instrument was installed in 1988 and featured in that year’s September issue of The American Organist.

Pedal (32 notes)
32 Subbass
16 Principal
16 Subbass
16 Quintadena
8 Octave
8 Openflute
4 Choralbass
4 Nachthorn
2 Hornlein
2 2/3 Rauschbass IV
32 Basun
16 Posaune
16 Dulzian
8 Trumpet
4 Trumpet
Great (61 notes)
16 Principalbass
8 Principal
8 Gemshorn
8 Rohrgedakt
4 Octave
4 Spitzflöte
2 2/3 Quinte
2 Superoctave
13/5 Terz
2 Mixture IV
1/2 Scharf III
16 Trumpetbass
8 Trumpet
Swell (61 notes)
16 Bourdon
8 Gamba
8 Gamba Celeste
8 Rohrflöte
4 Geigen Principal
4 Harmonic Flute
2 Principal
1 1/3 Quinte
1 Mixture IV
1/3 Cymbal III
16 Fagott
8 Trompette
8 Oboe
4 Clairon
Tremolo
Positiv (61 notes)
16 Pommer
8 Flöten Principal
8 Bourdon
8 Quintadena
4 Praestant
4 Rohrpfeife
2 2/3 Nazard
2 Octave
2 Blockflöte
1 3/5 Tierce
1 1/3 Larigot
1 1/3 Mixture IV
8 Trumpet
8 Cromorne
Tremolo
Solo (enclosed, 61 notes)
8 Copula
4 Koppelflöte
2 Doublette
1 Principal
2 2/3 Cornet II (TC)
1/4 Zimbel III
16 Rankett
8 Vox Humana
4 Schalmey
Tremolo
Couplers
Great to Pedal
(reversible)
Swell to Pedal
(reversible)
Positiv to Pedal
(reversible)
Solo to Pedal
Swell to Great
Swell to Great E
Positiv to Great
Positiv to Great E
Solo to Great
Swell to Positiv
Swell to Positiv E