Opus 27
Holy Spirit Episcopal Parish


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Missoula, Montana
1999

II / 21 stops • 21 ranks
 

Sound from our Bond organ is rich and full and warm; it fills every inch of the church, but never overpowers. It provides splendid support for congregational singing, and has proven an inspiration for the choir, helping their sound become even richer. Without question, it's the caliber of instrument that will showcase the playing of the finest concert artists, two of whom we are featuring in this dedicatory year.

Nancy Cooper
Organist/Choir Director, Holy Spirit Parish

Stoplist

Grand Orgue

16’ Bourdon 
8’ Montre 
8’ Bourdon 
4’ Prestant
2 2/3’ Nasard 
2’ Doublette
II Cornet 
IV Fourniture 
8’ Trompette 
8’ Voix Humaine

Recit (Expressive) 

8’ Cor de nuit
4’ Prestant
4’ Flûte
2’ Flûte à bec
1 1/3’ Quinte 
II Cymbale
8’ Cromorne

Pedal

16’ Soubasse 
8’ Flûte 
4’ Flûte
16’ Bombarde
8’ Trompette


Couplers

Recit / Grand Orgue 
Tirasse Grand Orgue 
Tirasse Recit 

Tremblant to entire organ

Mechanical key and stop action


Our Opus 27 was featured on the cover of the September 2002 issue of The American Organist, the official publication of The American Guild of Organists.

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This instrument appears on a recording from the Pro Organo label. Please contact us by email for purchasing information.


The Road Less Traveled
Nancy Cooper, organist