The 100% Last Ever Updated Stoplist for the Schumacher Opus 1

Bold denotes stops to be built in first production.

Pedal:

  • Bourdon 16 (Stopped Flute, 25 pipes)
  • Lieblich Geſchallt 8 (Stopped Flute, 13 pipes, lowest octave from Bourdon)
  • Violoncello 8 (String, 25 pipes)
  • Lieblich Flute 4 (Stopped Flute, 12 pipes, ext. of Lieblich Geſchallt)
  • Swell to Pedal
  • Great to Pedal
  • Choir to Pedal

Swell:

  • Geigen Principal 8 (String Diapason, 61 pipes)
  • Rohr Flute 8 (Chimney Flute, 37 pipes, lower 2 octaves from Gedeckt)
  • Geigen Octave 4 (String Diapason, 12 pipes, ext. of Geigen Principal)
  • Gemshorn 4 (Pyramid Flute, 61 pipes)
  • Nacht Horn 4 (Open Flute, 61 pipes)
  • Nazard 2 2/3 (Open Flute, 61 pipes, lowest octave stopped)
  • Block Flute 2 (Open Flute, 12 pipes, ext. of Nacht Horn)
  • Flautino 2 (Open Flute, 61 pipes)
  • Larigot 1 1/3 (Open Flute, 56 pipes)
  • Choir to Swell

Great:

  • Gedeckt 8 (Stopped Flute, 61 pipes, lower 2 octaves enclosed)
  • Principal 8 (Open Diapason, 61 pipes)
  • Gedeckt 4 (Stopped Flute, 12 pipes, ext. of Gedeckt)
  • Octave 4 (Open Diapason, 12 pipes, ext. of Principal)
  • Twelfth 2 2/3 (Open Diapason, 61 pipes)
  • Super Octave 2 (Open Diapason, 12 pipes, ext. of Octave)
  • Wald Flute 2 (Open Flute, 61 pipes)
  • Nineteenth 1 1/3 (Open Diapason, 56 pipes)
  • Swell to Great
  • Choir to Great
  • Tremolo

Choir:

  • Octave Viola 4 (String, 61 pipes)
  • Octavin 2 (Harmonic Flute, 61 pipes, only upper 44 pipes overblown)

And these are the registrations I’ve come up with for the pistons. Since I’m using tracker action, I will need to build these into the console itself:

  • G1 – Diapason Chorus
    • – Bourdon 16
    • – Principal 8
    • – Octave 4
    • – (Twelfth 2 2/3)
    • – Super Octave 2
    • – (Nineteenth 1 1/3)
  • G2 – Great Flute Chorus
    • – Bourdon 16
    • – Gedeckt 8
    • – Gedeckt 4
    • – Super Octave 2 (/ Wald Flute 2)
  • G3 – Unison Diapasons
    • – Principal 8
    • – Octave 4
    • – Super Octave 2
  • G4 – Great Solo
    • – Octave 4
    • – Super Octave 2
    • – (Nineteenth 1 1/3)
  • G5 – Flute Solo
    • – Gedeckt 4
    • – (Wald Flute 2)
  • G6 – Cornet
    • – Bourdon 16
    • – (Violoncello 8)
    • – (Geigen Principal 8)
    • – Rohr Flute 8
    • – (Geigen Octave 4)
    • – (Gemshorn 4)
    • – (Nazard 2 2/3)
    • – Flautino 2
    • – Larigot 1 1/3
    • – Principal 8
    • – Octave 4
    • – (Twelfth 2 2/3)
    • – Super Octave 2
    • – (Nineteenth 1 1/3)
    • – Swell to Great
  • GO – Great Organ
  • S1 – Swell Chorus
    • – Bourdon 16
    • – Rohr Flute 8
    • – Nacht Horn 4
    • – (Nazard 2 2/3)
    • – Flautino 2
    • – Larigot 1 1/3
  • S2 – (String Chorus)
    • – Violoncello 8
    • – Geigen Principal 8
    • – Geigen Octave 4
    • – Choir to Swell
    • – Viola 4
  • S3 – Swell Flutes
    • – Bourdon 16
    • – Rohr Flute 8
    • – (Gemshorn 4)
    • – Nacht Horn 4
    • – (Nazard 2 2/3)
    • – (Block Flute 2)
    • – Flautino 2
    • – Larigot 1 1/3
  • S4 – (Lieblich Organ)
    • – Lieblich Geſchallt 8
    • – Lieblich Flute 4
    • – Nacht Horn 4
    • – Block Flute 2
  • S5 – (Antiphonal)
    • – Lieblich Flute 4
    • – Swell to Pedal
    • – Nacht Horn 4
    • – Block Flute 2
  • S6 – (Flute Solo)
    • – Lieblich Geſchallt 8
    • – Lieblich Flute 4
    • – Swell to Pedal
    • – Nacht Horn 4
    • – Wald Flute 2
    • – Swell to Great
  • SO – Swell Organ
  • WO – Whole Organ
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  1. #1 by Joshua on September 12, 2011 - 4:25 PM

    That gives me 405 pipes in the first production and 964 pipes total.

  2. #2 by Phillip on September 13, 2011 - 12:34 AM

    I have just a curious question. Where’s this going?

    • #3 by Joshua on September 13, 2011 - 6:42 AM

      Undecided at this point. I really don’t have a good place for it in the house since the initial size will be 96″ by 96″ by 104.” Putting it at Taylor’s house is a possibility, as is not actually assembling it until I/we get an apartment. Another option is that if it looks like I’ll be stuck in my house for the next 7 years is to build it with detached windchests, that way I could put small clusters of pipes throughout the house where they will fit and put the console (60″x56″) against an open wall. The only downside to that is that it makes it much harder to move.

      Since construction is expected to take ~ 7 years and I’m starting with the pipes, the actual installation of the organ is surprisingly flexible. 🙂

  3. #4 by Joshua on September 28, 2011 - 8:07 AM

    I currently have a 25-note pedalboard because I got it for free. If I get a 32-note (AGO-spec) pedalboard for cheap or free, I will add pipes to the Pedal ranks to accommodate the extra notes.

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