Lake Grove Presbyterian Church


Lake Grove, Oregon
2009

Rebuild of Balcom & Vaughan, 1975
II / 36 stops • 29 ranks


he centerpiece of a thorough sanctuary remodeling project, this is a complete reworking of the church’s existing instrument. 

Formerly widely separated, all three divisions are now placed at the same level, behind new casework incorporating the Pedal 16’ Prinzipal of flamed copper and the Great 16’ Rohr Bourdon of polished zinc. 

Though almost all of the original pipes and mechanism have been preserved, the stoplist has been thoughtfully revised and sympathetically expanded. 

Great

  Tonal Director Grant Edwards and Shop Foreman emeritus Cliff Fairley install the façade pipes.

Tonal Director Grant Edwards and Shop Foreman emeritus Cliff Fairley install the façade pipes.

16’ Rohr Bourdon
8’ Prinzipal
8’ Rohrflöte
8’ Erzähler
8’ Erzähler Celeste
4’ Oktave
2’ Super Oktave
III-IV Mixture
8’ Trumpet
Zimbelstern 

Swell (expressive)

  Master Craftsman John Stump at the façade installation

Master Craftsman John Stump at the façade installation

8’ Geigen Principal
8’ Bordun
8’ Salizional
8’ Salizional Celeste
4’ Italian Principal
4’ Bordun
2 2/3’ Nasat
2’ Block Flöte
1 1/3’ Quint Flöte
1 3/5’ Terz
III Plein Jeu
16’ Hautbois
8’ Trompete
8’ Hautbois
Tremolo

Pedal

32’ Resultant
16’ Prinzipal 
16’ Subbass
16’ Rohr Bourdon (Great)
8’ Oktav
8’ Bordun (Swell)
4’ Choral Bass
III Mixtur
16’ Posaune
16’ Hautbois (Swell)
8’ Trumpet
4’ Hautbois (Swell)