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All Saints' Kingsway

 

Job #: C880

Location: Toronto, ON  Canada

Organ Type: Pipe

Building Type: Church

Date: 2009

Casavant Frères, one of the oldest organ builders in North America, completed this instrument (Opus 3874) in 2009. It features a moveable console, so it may be put to the side during Sunday morning services and featured during concerts.

 

Scenario

  • 3 manuals and pedals, 41 stops, 51 ranks
  • Tromba, Tuba Mirabilis, and Harald Trumpet non-coupling
  • electro-pneumatic action
  • 16 stage expression engines for Swell & Choir, plus a Swell Nave which may be assigned to the Swell shoe
  • Primary control panel mounted in drawer under right jamb with additional small numeric displays for Memory and Registration Sequencer levels for quick reference by organist
  • Built in MIDI Sequencer, provision for MIDI Expander
  • 225 independent combination memory levels with SFZ configurable on each level
  • 250 step Registration Sequencer independent of memory levels with dedicated Next & Last pistons
  • Registration Sequencer may be converted to Piston Sequencer at any time by organist
  • Piston Coupling Pedal+Great and Pedal +Swell
  • 12-step Transposer via UP/DOWN pistons
  • Three main chests (Great, Swell, and Choir), plus direct electric. Pipes, keys 57-61 for the Great and Choir Main chest have been done as direct electric

 

Components:

  • Console: CCC-6B, CCU/CCIO-1, CTRL-3, NDD3
  • Chamber: PCC-1E, PCU/PCIO-1

 

Client:

All Saints' Kingsway

2850 Bloor Street West

Toronto, ON

Canada  M8X 1B2

http://allsaintskingsway.ca/

http://allsaintskingsway.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Casavant_Organ.pdf

 

Organbuilder:

Casasvant Frères

900 Girouard Est

Saint-Hyacinthe, QC

J2S 2Y2

450-773-5001

http://www.casavant.ca/english/our-instruments/recent-instruments/

 

 

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