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Hollywood United Methodist

 

Job #: C473

Location: Hollywood CA

Organ Type: Pipe

Building Type: Church

Date: 2000

The pipe organ at Hollywood UMC was originally constructed by Casavant Frères in 1930. It had a four manual console and 41 ranks. This formed the core of the new organ which Williamson-Warne started enhancing in 1971. After the 1994 Northridge earthquake the church decided to repair and renovate the interior of the sanctuary. Eventually, the chancel area of the church was remodeled and the organ, which by this time exceeded the capabilities of the original console, needed a larger console. A 5th manual was added, as well as many more drawknobs. At that time the organ console was also make movable and practical for worship service, musical performances, solo organ concerts, choral accompanying and symphony performances.

Scenario:

  • 205 ranks, 5 manuals
  • Floating String Organ, 2 non-coupling trumpet ranks
  • Music Rack Control Panel (Control Pistons, Numeric Displays, Bargraphs)
  • Multiple Crescendos each 60 stages
  • 16 stage expression engines for Swell & Brustwerk
  • Built in MIDI Sequencer
  • multipule MIDI stops, fully integrated into combination action and fully configurable, settable to be coupling or non-coupling at discretion of organist.
  • Multi-port MIDI Expander Output
  • 250 independent combination memory levels with multiple SFZ configurable on each level
  • Piston Couplers, Ventils, Auto Pedal, Auto Solo, All Swells
  • MIDI Registration Off, Multi Level MIDI Memory, MIDI Expression on Crescendo
  • 12-step Transposer via UP/DOWN pistons

 

Components:

  • Console: CCC-6B, OPVKS-2, MRCP, VFD, GM9773, LAMPDR, ACCU, MIOB
  • Chamber: 3 x PCC-1C, PDB-5A

 

Client:

Hollywood United Methodist

Hollywood CA

USA

http://www.hollywoodumc.org/default.aspx

 

Organbuilder:

Williamson-Warne & Associates

PO Box 3957

Hollywood CA

USA 90078

 

323-851-6538

http://www.williamsonwarne.com/realisations.php

http://www.hollywoodumc.org/Music-Pipe-Organ-Hollywood-United-Methodist-Church.aspx

 

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