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Opus 56

Trinity Episcopal Church

Collinsville, CT

Created: 1971

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Designed to be simple, yet elegant and flexible, Opus 56 was the first Fisk organ in which a manual stop was made available in the Pedal by mechanical transmission, and the smallest to boast a full-compass 8′ Prestant.

The pipework is enclosed in a shallow mahogany case, which serves to focus the sound and to enhance the cohesiveness of its several voices. Hand-carved pipe shades ornament the graceful shape of the case, outlining the arrangement of the pipes on the windchest. The tonal design follows classic principles, giving the organ a rich, full organ sound on the one hand while allowing a diversity of timbres and tonal combinations on the other.

Opus 56

MANUAL (CC-c4, 61 notes)
Prestant 8′
Stopped Diapason Treble 8′
Stopped Diapason Bass 8′
Spire Flute Treble 4′
Spire Flute Bass 4′
Fifteenth 2′
Sesquialtera Treble II
Sesquialtera Bass II
Mixture IV
Hautboy Treble 16′
Hautboy Bass 16′

PEDAL (CC-g1, 32 notes)
Bourdon 16′
Bassoon 16′
Hautboy 8′


Manual to Pedal coupler