GRAND ORGUE, 56 notes
8' Flûte à Cheminée
IV Fourniture, 1 1/3'
RÉCIT, 56 notes, expressive
8' Gemshorn Celeste (TC)
4' Fûte Conique
1 1/3' Quinte
CHOEUR, 56 notes, floating, expressive
8' Cor de Nuit
4' Octave, ext. of 8' Principal
4' Flûte à Fuseau (prepared)
2' Flûte Conique
16' Basson (prepared)
8' Hautbios (prepared)
16' Bourdonm ext. of Choeur 8' Cor de Nuit
8' Montre, GO
8' Flûte à Cheminée, GO
8' Cor de Nuit, CH
8' Principal, CH
4' Prestant, CH
16' Basson, CH (prepared)
COUPLERS (Located in one grouping)
Recit to G.O.
Recit to G.O. Sub
Choeur on G.O.
Choeur on Rècit
G. O. Unison Off
Récit Unison Off
Choeur on Pedale
G.O. to Pedale
Recit to Pedale
Often, it takes more than just a single company to complete a job of this scope. To that end we thank our suppliers and craftspeople:
Tonal & Visual design by William E. Catanesye in conjunction with Dr. Jay Lane
Trumpet, Oboe and Spitz Flute chests built to our specifications by Ortloff Organ Company, LLC, Waltham, MA
Casework designed by William E. Catanesye, built by GHP Associates, Attleboro, MA
Reed pipes supplied by A. R. Schopp's Sons, Alliance, OH
16' Principal 1-24 built by A. R. Schopp's Sons, Alliance, OH
8' Harmonic Flute, 4' Spitz Flute and new mixture pipes provided by Jacques Stinkens Orgelpijpenmakers B.V., Zeist, Netherlands
New blower from Aug. Laukhuff GmbH & Co. KG - Weikersheim, |Germany
New solid-state Opus-two switching provided by Sonic Sounds, LLC
The Reverened Kate M. Malin, Rector
Dr. Jay Lane, Director of Music
Tonal revision and enlargement
Casavant, Opus 3523, 1983/2002
Saint Anne's in-the-Fields, Lincoln, Massachusetts
16' Bourdon 1-32 from Pedal 16' Bourdon 33-56 former 8' Ch. Flute on new chest
8' Principal Existing
8' Harmonic Flute 13-56 New of tin, 1-12 existing 8' Ch. Flute
4' Octave Existing
4' Chimney Flute Ext. 16' Bourdon, 12 new pipes to complete top octave
III-IV Mixture , 2' Breaks and composition revised
8' Trumpet Swell
Swell to Great 16'
Swell to Great 8'
Swell to Great 4'
Choir on Great
Great Unison off
8' Gemshorn Existing
8' Gemshorn Celeste Existing
8' Bourdon Existing
4' Spitz Principal Existing 4' Flute, voicing revised (already princiapl tone!)
4' Spindle Flute New, on former 8' Trompette toeboard
2' Fifteenth Existing
1 1/3' Quint Existing
16' Double Trumpet Ext. 8' Trumpet, Full length
8' Trumpet New, on new chest
4' Clarion Ext.
8' Oboe Choir
Swell to Swell 4'
Choir on Swell
Swell Unison off
8' Diapason. Existing
8' Cor de Nuit Existing
8' Spitz Flute Ext. of 4' Spitz Flute, 1-12 from 8' Cor de Nuit
4' Octave Ext. 2' Fifteenth, 1-12 from 8' Diapason
4' Spitz Flute New, on new chest
2' Fifteenth Existing, voicing revised
8' Oboe New, on new chest
16' Principal New, 5-24 in facade
16' Bourdon Existing
16' Gedeckt Existing, Choir
8' Octave Ext. 16' Principal
8' Flute Ext. 16' Bourdon
8' Diapason Choir
8' Cor de Nuit Choir
4' Choral Bass Ext. 16' Principal
16' Trumpet Swell
8' Trumpet Swell
Great to Pedal 8'
Swell to Pedal 8'
In August, 2017 W. Catanesye & Co., removed the gallery portion of the organ at St. Anne's to reconfigure and enlarge the instrument. The Choir division, located in the chancel will receive two new stops. The console will receive a new stop tab rail and entire organ receive a new solid-state switching system. Work is scheduled for completion by Easter 2018.
Pictured left is the rendering of the new casework of quarter-sawn white oak, stained to match the reredos at the opposite end of the room. The facade is comprised of notes 5-24 of the added pedal 16' Principal.
We would like to thank the vestry and congregation at Saint Anne's for committing to the improvement of their worship through music and the support of this project.