Whitehaven, Tennessee

Roland Crisci Residence

Builder:        Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., Inc.
   Year:        1968
   Opus:        1508
No. manuals:    3
No. stops:      28
No. ranks:      9
No. pipes:      588
                MANUAL I                         MANUAL III
            16' Quintade                      8' Quintade
             8' Rohrbordun                    4' Blockflöte
             4' Principal                     2' Hellpfeife
             4' Pommer                        1' Octave
             2' Octave                        V  Cornet
        III-IV  Mixture
             8' Trompete                         PEDAL
                                             32' Untersatz
                MANUAL II                    16' Subbass
             8' Holzgedeckt                   8' Principal
             4' Rohrflöte                     8' Gedeckt
             2' Principal                     4' Principal
         1 1/3' Quinte                        4' Rohrgedeckt
        III-IV  Scharf                        2' Quintade
                                             IV  Mixture
                                             16' Bazuin
                                              8' Trompete
                                              4' Zinc

                      16' Gedeckt           68
                       8' Principal         80
                       8' Quintade          56
                       4' Rohrflöte         68
                  III-IV  Mixture          248
                      16' Bazuin-Trompete   68

Source: Allen Kinzey

Notes: This organ was built as an experimental organ under shop order K-392. When it was finished, it was sold to Philip Steinhaus, Boston, MA, for his residence as Opus 1461. He sold it back to A-S so that it could be sold to Roland Crisci, Whitehaven, TN, for his residence as Opus 1508. On the way to Whitehaven, it served as a temporary organ in the newly built Cathedral Church of Christ the King, Kalamazoo, MI, while it awaited Opus 1511.  Mr. Crisci sold it to the Boston Conservatory of Music, where it resided in two different locations. It was sold to William Pfeiffer, Jr., Kansas City, MO. He sold it to Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA, in 2003.

Organ Historical Society Database record: https://pipeorgandatabase.org/OrganDetails.php?OrganID=35851