Kiky Papadapolous, Organist

Kostas Emmanouilidis, Pastor



This early Austin organ utilizes an early version of their universal wind chest.  Stop action is via aluminum sliders actuated pneumatically.  The organ is original save for the added 2' Fifteenth on the Great and a replacement console which was replaced by Austin in the 1930s after the original console sustained significant water damage. 
















GREAT
16' Major Diapason
8' Principal Diapason
8' Small Diapason
8' Clarabella
8' Viole d'Amour
4' Octave
4' Harmonic Flute
2' Fifteenth (addition on a new chest above Great pipes)

SWELL
16' Contra Viole
8' Open Diapason
8' Rohr Flute
8' Viole d'Orchestre
8' Viole Celeste
8' Echo Salicional (Tin)
4' Flauto Traverso
4' Salicet
8' Cornopean
8' Oboe
8' Vox Humana (enclosed within Swell, connected to Swell expression)
Tremolo

CHOIR
8' Geigen Diapason
8' Concert Flute
8' Dulciana
4' Flute d'Amour
2' Piccolo
8' Clarinet
Tremolo

PEDAL
32' Resultant Bass
16' Open Diapason
16' Violone
16' Bourdon
16' Contra Viole (Sw.)
8' Flauto Major (ext.)
8' Violoncello (ext.)
8' Flauto Dolce (ext.)


Balanced mechanical expression 
Standard couplers and accessories

Greek Evangelical Church of Boston

Newton, Massachusetts


​Austin Organ Co., Opus 137 (Before 1905)