St Mark's Episcopal


Job #:  C951

Location:  Minneapolis MN

Organ Type: Pipe

Building Type: Church

Date: 2012

St Mark's has a decades long tradition of musical concerts wind instruments, strings, choral music and of course organ. The instrument started life in 1928 as Welte-Tripp Opus 258. Throughout the ensuing decades, it was modified tonally and mechanically, leaving the whole instrument tonally unbalanced. Foley-Baker was commissioned to completely rebuilt the instrument, taking 16 months, the job was competed in April 2012.



  • over 90 stops playing 67 ranks
  • 4 manuals, 7 divisions
  • 16 stage expression engines for Swell & Brustwerk
  • Primary control panel mounted in drawer under left 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
  • Built in MIDI Sequencer
  • 254 independent combination memory levels with SFZ configurable on each level
  • 254 step Registration Sequencer independent of memory levels with dedicated Next & Last pistons
  • Manual Transfer, All Swells to Swell, All Pistons Next, Pedal Divide
  • Pedal + Manual piston couplers
  • 12-step Transposer via UP/DOWN pistons



  • Console:  CCC-6, CCU/CCIO-3, CTRL-3, ND-2
  • Chamber: 3xPCU/PCIO-1, PCC-1E



Vassar College

Poughkeepsie NY





Foley-Baker Inc

42 North River Rd

Tolland CT USA






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