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Job #: C720 / C721
Location: United States - Eastern
Organ Type: Pipe
Building Type: Theater

The first organ at Boston Symphony Hall was build by G.S. Hutchings in 1900 and later rebuilt by Aeolian-Skinner in 1949. In the summer of 2004 it was rebuilt by Foley-Baker including a new large 3 manual main console plus a small 2 manual portable console which can access every stop on the organ. At present there are over 10,000 parts and pieces.


Main Console

- 75 ranks with 4,314 pipes
- 3 manuals, 5 divisions
- 16 stage expression engines for Solo, Swell & Bombard
- 30 stage Crescendo
- Bargraph indicators for each expression and Crescendo
- Primary control panel mounted in drawer under right jamb with additional small numeric displays for Memory and Registration Sequencer levels for quick reference by organist
- 5 MIDI stops, fully integrated into combination action and fully configurable, settable to be coupling or non-coupling at discretion of organist.
- 254 independent combination memory levels with SFZ configurable on each level
- 254 step Registration Sequencer independent of memory levels with dedicated Next & Last pistons
- Pedal Couplers on Pedal Divisionals piston
- Tuba non coupling
- Manual Transfer, All Swells to Swell, Adjustable Tab Reversibles
- 12-step Transposer via UP/DOWN pistons
- 2 new 32' pedal stops
- 2 new blowers



Portable Console

- Duplicates all stops on main console
- 20 Generals
- 99 independent combination memory levels
- All Swells to Swell
- 16 stage expression engines for Solo, Swell & Bombard
- 30 stage Crescendo
- Couplers so any division may play on any manual



Client

Boston Symphony Hall
Boston, MA
USA


Organbuilder

Foley-Baker Inc
42 North River Rd
Tolland, CT
USA 06084

860-875-4666


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