Zion Lutheran Church
2730 Boser Avenue, Penbrook (Harrisburg)

Zion Lutheran Church of Penbrook was established in 1893, and the first services in their first building were held in 1894. That building eventually housed a Möller pipe organ installed in 1922. That organ was moved and rebuilt when it was installed in the second building which was built on the same site in 1964. In 1982 the original Möller was replaced by a new Möller pipe organ which remains today. This organ is Opus 11562 and contains 34 ranks of pipes. I thank Gill Singer for supplying the historic information and interim organist Chuck Yocum for arranging the visit to the church.

   

 Great division                                                                                      Pedal division

 

 ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH, PENBROOK

Möller, Opus 11562   1982

34 Ranks -- 1,927 pipes

plus 13 Ranks of Digital Sounds

Total 47 rank equivalent

Specifications

 

 

 GREAT  11 Ranks, 611 pipes

 

8’

Principal (exposed)

61 pipes

8' Diapason (from Pedal)  

8’

Bordun (exposed)

61 pipes

8' Erzahler Celeste II (from Choir)  

4’

Octave (exposed)

61 pipes

2’

Waldflöte (exposed)

61 pipes

II

Sesquialtera (TC) 

98 pipes

III-IV

Mixture (1 1/3’ )  (exposed)

208 pipes

8’

Trompete

61 pipes

 

Chimes

 

 

Great to Great 4’

 

 

 SWELL 10 Ranks, 562 pipes

 

8’

Rohrflöte

61 pipes

8’

Gamba

61 pipes

8’

Gamba Celeste (TC)

49 pipes

8' Erzahler Celeste II (from Choir)  

4’

Spitzprincipal

61 pipes

2’

Blockflöte

61 pipes

III-IV

Scharf  (2’)

208 pipes

16' Basson (digital)  

8’

Trompette

61 pipes

8' Hautbois (digital)  
4' Clarion (digital)  

 

Tremulant

 

 

Swell to Swell 16’

 

 

Unison Off

 

 

Swell to Swell 4’

 

 

 Choir  10 Ranks, 574 pipes

 

8’

Holzgedackt

61 pipes

8’

Dolce

61 pipes

8' Erzahler Celeste II (digital)  

4’

Spillflöte

61 pipes

2’

Principal

61 pipes

1 1/3

Quintflöte

61 pipes

III-IV

Zimbel (1’)                  

208 pipes

8’

Krummhorn

61 pipes

8' English Horn (digital)  
8' Trompete Harmonic (digital)  
8' Trompette (TC) (from Swell 4' Clarion)  
  Harp (digital)  

 

Tremulant

 

  Choir to Choir 16’  
  Unison Off  

 

Choir to Choir 16’

 

 

 

 

 

 PEDAL 3 Ranks, 180 pipes

 

32' Untersatz (digital)  

16’

Principal

32 pipes

16' Subbass (digital)  

16’

Bourdon

32 pipes

8’

Octave (exposed)

12 pipes

8’

Gedackt

12 pipes

4’

Choral Bass (exposed)

12 pipes

4' Koppelflöte (digital)  

II

Mixture * (exposed)

24 pipes

32' Contra Fagotto (digital)  

16’

Posaune

32 pipes

8

Trumpet (ext. from 16’)

12 pipes

4’

Clarion (ext. from 16’)

12 pipes

     

 

*The pedal mixture plays from the pedal principal unit.

 

General Thumb Pistons 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12

General Toe Studs 13-14-15-16-17-18

Divisional Pistons (each division) 1-2-3-4-5-6

Pedal divisionals on Toe Studs 1-2-3-4-5-6     

Swell to Great 16’-8’-4’, Choir to Great 16’-8’-4’, Swell to Choir 16' 8’ 4'

Great, Swell and Choir to Pedal 8'-4'

Thumb and Toe reversibles G/P, S/P, C/P, Tutti 

Toe reversibles 32' Untersatz and 32' Conta Fagotto

General Cancel

100 levels of memory

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