16 Baby Point Road Toronto ON M6S 2E9
416-767-6122
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Our Organ

The 3 keyboards from the bottom up are the Choir, the Great and the Swell, each with its own complement of stops. These organs may be played either alone or against each other, or coupled together. At the organist's feet is still another keyboard which mostly plays the bass.

The entire organ is contained behind the grills in the west hall of the chancel. The Swell and Choir organs are encased in separate chambers but the Great and Pedal organs are not so enclosed and speak with greater authority. Above the Pedal organ are 3 tilting pedals or shoes. The 2 on the left control the expression shutters on the Choir and Swell organs, while the third, call the crescendo pedal, adds volume to the whole organ by adding a stop at a time as it is depressed.

We recently completed a two-year restoration project on our organ. Installed originally in 1952, the instrument needed considerable mechanical repair.organ is known for its lovely warm, rich tone, and this has not been changed. The refurbishment includes a new computer with multiple units of memory, transposer, eight new thumb pistons and new pedal board.