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Celebrating the pipe organ, the King of Instruments

Organ Profile

1965 Mount Olive organ1965 Schlicker organ at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Specifications

The specifications were designed by Herman L. Schlicker and Dr. Manz.
The organ has 39 independent registers and 55 ranks of pipes. The main organ and the antiphonal organ together total 3,065 pipes.
The Main Organ Specifications:

Great Organ
16′ Pommer 4′ Hohlfloete 8′ Trompeta Real
8′ Principal 2′ Octave 4′ Trompeta Real
8′ Spitzfloete IV-VI Mixture Chimes
4′ Octave 16′ Trompeta Real
Swell Organ
8′ Rohrfloete 4′ Principal IV-V Mixture
8′ Salicional 4′ Koppelfloete 16′ Fagott
8′ Voix Celeste 2 2/3′ Nasat 8′ Schalmey
8′ Dolce 2′ Nachthorn 4′ Clarion
8′ Dolce Celeste 1 3/5′ Terz (Tenor C) Tremolo
Positiv Organ
8′ Gedeckt III-IV Scharf 8′ Trompeta Real
4′ Rohrfloete 8′ Krummhorn (Great)
2′ Principal Tremolo 4′ Trompeta Real
1 1/3′ Klein Nasat 16′ Trompeta Real (Great)
1′ Siffloete (Great)
Pedal Organ
32′ Resultant 4′ Choralbass 16′ Fagott (Swell)
16′ Principal 4′ Pommer (Great) 8′ Trompeta Real
16′ Subbass 2′ Blockfloete (Great)
16′ Pommer (Great) IV Mixture 8′ Trumpet
8′ Octave 32′ Contra-Fagott 4′ Clairon (Swell)
8′ Pommer (Great) 16′ PosauneThe Antiphonal Organ Specifications:
Great Organ
8′ Rohrgedeckt 4′ Principal III Mixture
(metal) 2′ Gemshorn
Pedal Organ
16′ Gedeckt bass 8′ Gedeckt (Great)

Solo performances of Paul Manz can be obtained from:
Manz Management
1434 Hewitt Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55104