Trindle Spring Lutheran Church
Mechanicsburg

Trindle Spring Lutheran Church has recently celebrated 240 years of ministry at the western edge of Mechanicsburg. In 1992 its historic old worship building was abandoned for a brand new structure built directly across the street. That old building has since been utilized by the Mechanicsburg Ministerium as an outreach ministry to the community.

In 1993 the W. Zimmer & Sons Organ Company, currently in Pineville, North Carolina, installed a free-standing two-manual and pedal pipe organ in the new chancel at Trindle Spring Lutheran Church. This organ consists of  1,056 pipes comprising 17 ranks.

 

   Trindle Spring Lutheran Church,

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

W. Zimmer & Sons, Inc, 1993

17 ranks — 1,056 pipes

 

Specifications

 

   Great

8'

Principal

61 pipes

8'

Gedackt

85 pipes

8'

Gemshorn

73 pipes

4'

Octave

61 pipes

4'

Gemshorn

from 8'

4'

Koppelflute

from 8'

2'

Waldflute

from 8'

II

Sesquialtera

98 pipes

III-IV

Mixture

232 pipes

8'

Trompete (horizontal)

85 pipes

 

Chimes

21 bells

 

Swell

8'

Rohrflute

73 pipes

8'

Viola

85 pipes

8'

Celeste

49 pipes

4'

Hohlflute

from 8'

2'

Principal

61 pipes

1 1/3'

Nasat

from Viola

8'

Cromorne

61 pipes

 

Pedal

16'

Subbass

32 pipes

8'

Principal (from Gt 8')

 

8'

Viola (from Sw)

 

8'

Bassflute (from Gt 8')

 

4'

Choral Bass (from Gt 4')

 

16'

Faggott (from Gt)

 

4'

Clarion (from Gt)

 

 

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