FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
New Providence, New Jersey (2011)
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OPUS 13 SPEAKS
from electro-pneumatic slider-and-pallet windchests and stands in the newly constructed organ and choir gallery that is part of a comprehensive renewal of Faith Lutheran's facilities. Among the organ's interesting features are three of its wooden ranks: the 16' Holz Violon, the 8' Doppel Gedeckt, and the 4' Holzdoppelquerpfeife; the latter two stops featuring two mouths per pipe.

BOTH THE VISUAL and tonal design of the instrument are by Sebastian M. Glück, Artistic and Tonal Director, and the project was realized under the direction of Albert Jensen-Moulton, General Manager. Scott Riedel served as architectural, acoustical, and organ consultant to the church.



16’
8’
8’
8'
8'
4'
2'

8'





8’
8'
8’
4’
2’
8'
8'
8'

GREAT ORGAN
(Manual II)

Dexter Geigen
Præstant
Harmonic Flute
Viole de Gambe (Swell)
Doppel Gedeckt (Swell)
Octave
Fifteenth
Chorus Mixture IV
Trumpet
Chimes
Great Silent

POSITIV ORGAN
(Manual I)

Spitzflöte (Pedal)
Viole de Gambe (Swell)
Bourdon
Rohrflöte
Gemshorn
Trumpet (Great)
Hautbois (Swell)
Clarinet
Tremulant
Chimes


16'
16'
8’
8'
8’
4’
4'
16'
16'
8'
8'
4'

PEDAL ORGAN
Holz Violon
Infrabass
Octave
Spitzflöte
Gedeckt (Swell)
Fifteenth
Spitzflöte
Posaune
Basson (Swell)
Trumpet (Great)
Basson (Swell)
Hautbois (Swell)



8’
8’
8’
4’
4’
2’


16’
8'
8'

16'
4’

SWELL ORGAN
(Manual III)

Viole de Gambe
Voix Céleste
Doppel Gedeckt
Principal
Holzdoppelquerpfeife
Recorder
Cornetto II ranks
Mixture II-IV ranks
Basson
Trompette
Hautbois
Tremulant
Swell to Swell
Swell to Swell
CLICK BELOW to view a video featuring Franck's Offertoire in E-flat Major played on Opus 13. To purchase this and other recordings of Glück instruments, please click here.