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Wood and metal pipes. The large pipes to be roll-tuned, and the smaller pipes cone tuned. Minimum nicking. Pitch to be A 440 Hz.
Three windchests using the Schmid system. One windchest for the combined Great and Pedal divisions; one for the Swell Department.
The drawstop action to be entirely mechanical.
Manual action to consist of central pivoted keys. The Pedal action to consist of horizontal tracker. The general style of mechanism would be as in the Builder's current instruments.
Straight and concave pedalboard.
Manual Compass: CC-a 58 notes Pedal Compass:' CCC-f 30 notes
Natural keys overlaid with man-made simulated Ivory, and the sharps to be of Ebony. The drawstop knobs to be of turned Ebony with inserted discs of alternative Ivory. The coupler drawstops to be placed in a group. The Tremulants to be operated by means of drawstop knobs. Solid adjustable stool.
The wind system to consist of a single-rise reservoir. The reservoir to be placed immediately adjacent to the blower.
Of dense laminate construction. Shutters to be mounted on ball races to give the optimum crescendo and' diminuendo, with a light action.
Case in limed oak to match and enhance the interior of the Church. The Console placed in the base of the instrument; the Great and Pedal combined windchest at soffit level across the width of the instrument; Swell Box mounted above the Great and Pedal.
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