Organ

The St. Bartholomew’s Organ Johannus Opus 17 Hybrid (2011) 2 manual, 29 stops, 36 digital ranks  The Opus 17 organ was purchased in 2011 and was custom-built by Johannus Organs of the Netherlands. The instrument contains hybrid technology to allow actual pipes to be added to the organ.  It electronically sounds digitally sampled pipes from real organs around the world and has the ability to accompany a soft hymn or solo-out a great piece of organ literature. Upgrades include a piston that activates a zimbelstern, which is mounted in the case above the entrance to the Nave.  

The stop list is below:

      Great       Swell       Pedal
Bourdon 16′
Principal 8′
Stopped Flute 8′
Octave 4′
Open Flute 4′
Twelfth 2 2/3′
Octave 2′
Cornet IV
Mixture III
Trumpet 8′
Krummhorn 8′
Tremulant
Swell – Great
MIDI Great
Principal 8′
Rohrflute 8′
Viola di Gamba 8′
Vox Celeste 8′
Koppel Flute 4′
Flute Twelfth 2 2/3′
Waldflute 2′
Tierce 1 3/5′
Scharff III
Fagotto 16′
Oboe 8′
Tremulant
MIDI Swell
Principal 16′
Subbass 16′
Octave 8′
Gedackt 8′
Choralbass 4′
Contra Trumpet 16′
Trumpet 8′
Great – Pedal
Swell – Pedal
MIDI Pedal