Christ Scientists

Casavant Opus: 2576 Contract Specification Date: December 1, 1958
Location: First Church of Christ, Scientist
Denver, Colorado
Installation Date: February 1960
Key Action: Electro-pneumatic Stop Action: Electro-pneumatic (Pitman)
Console / Keydesk: 3 manuals Fixed in place
Console Location: Detached and located at the front of the church
Stop Controls: Drawknobs Arrangement: Vertical rows on angled jambs
Manual Compass: 56 notes Pedal Compass: 32 notes
Expressive Divisions: Swell
Tonal Director: Lawrence Phelps
Case / Façade: Organ located at the front of the nave with wood encasement and
polished tin facade

Great Organ (II)
1. Quintade 16 56
2. Principal 8 56
3. Rohrflöte 8 56
4. Octave 4 56
5. Spitzflöte 4 56
6. Quint 2-2/3 56
7. Octave 2 56
8. Blockflöte 2 56
9. Mixture IV 1-1/3 224
10. Cymbel IV 2/3 224
11. Trompette 8 56
Chimes (prepared in the console)
Swell Organ (III)
12. Salicional 8 56
13. Salicional Céleste (TC) 8 44
14. Zauberflöte 8 56
15. Quintadena 8 56
16. Gemshorn 4 56
17. Nachthorn 4 56
18. Principal 2 56
19. Quintflöte 1-1/3 56
20. Sesquialtera II 2-2/3 112
21. Zimbel III 1/2 168
22. Fagott 16 56
23. Vox Humana 8 56
24. Oboe 8 56
25. Regal 4 56
Tremulant
Positiv Organ (I)
26. Gedackt 8 56
27. Gemshorn (stopped bass) 8 56
28. Gemshorn Céleste (TC) 8 44
29. Principal 4 56
30. Koppelflöte 4 56
31. Nasat 2-2/3 56
32. Spitzprincipal 2 56
33. Sifflöte 1 56
34. Scharf IV 1 224
35. Terzian II 2/5 112
36. Krummhorn 8 56
Pedal Organ
37. Principal 16 32
38. Subbass 16 32
39. Lieblichgedackt 16 32
40. Grossquint 10-2/3 32
41. Octave 8 32
42. Pommer 8 32
43. Octave 4 32
44. Spitzflöte 4 32
45. Nachthorn 2 32
46. Rauschpfeife III 5-1/3 96
47. Mixture IV 1-1/3 128
48. Posaune 16 32
49. Rankett 16 32
50. Trompette 8 32
51. Schalmei 4 32

Notes
The information found in this document comes from the original contract located in the
archives of Casavant Frères in Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec.
1 The term “Registers” refers to the total number of speaking stops including duplexed and extended stops
but excluding couplers, tremulants and controls. “Stops” refers to the total number of independent or straight stops
excluding duplexed and extended stops as well as couplers and controls.
The information contained herein was researched by Stanley R. Scheer, Vice President Emeritus-Casavant
Frères –April 2007
Photograph: Casavant Frères Arch