Photos of Organs in Westchester


The Presbyterian Church of Mount Kisco

Mount Kisco, New York

Terence J. Flanagan, Music Director

Beckerath Organ Company, Hamburg, Germany

Photos: Courtesy of Terence J. Flanagan

The “Water Organ”, designed by organist Anthony Newman and built in Hamburg, Germany by the Beckerath Organ Company, was named by the donor, Bonnie Trotta, to reflect the dramatic force, graceful peace and emotional healing of spiritual music. The organ incorporates the traditions of German Baroque and French Romantic organ building. The 41 stops, 53 ranks and 2640 pipes are distributed among the Grand Orgue, Récit, Positif and Pedal divisions.
One special feature of the organ is the Cymbelstern, a stop producing the sound of tinkling bells while two decorative stars spin on the case of the organ. The Cymbelstern was donated by Jane Brooks Farrell in memory of her husband, Robert H. Brooks.

Specifications for the Beckerath Organ, The Presbyterian Church of Mount Kisco
III manual and pedal, 40 stops/52 ranks
Mechanical tracker, electric stop-action

Grand Orgue C-a‘‘‘
Récit expressif C-a‘‘‘
Positif expressif C-a‘‘‘
Pedal C-g‘
Montre 16’
Flûte allemande 16’
Diapason 8’
Bourdon 32’
Montre 8’
Salicional 8’
Flûte harmonique 8’
Montre 16’
Bourdon 8’
Voix Célèste 8’
Prestant 4’
Soubasse 16’
Octave 4’
Bourdon 8’
Doublette 2’
Montre 8’
Flûte conique 4’
Prestant 4’
Larigot 1 1/3’
Flûte 8’
Doublette 2’
Flûte octaviante 4’
Fourniture III 1’
Octave 4’
Cornett III 2 2/3’
Octavin 2’
Cromorne 8’
Contra Bombarde 32’
Gr. Fourniture V 1 1/3’
Plein Jeu V 2’
Trompette 8’
Bombarde 16’
Basson 16’
Bombarde 16’
Trompette 8’
Trompette 8’
Trompette harm. 8’
Hautbois 8’
Clairon harm. 4’

Last updated: May 20, 2013