Estey Reed Organ

Estey Reed Organ

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Description (Brief)

This reed organ was made by Estey Organ Co. in Brattleboro, Vermont, around 1870-1880. It is a parlor style single manual pump organ, with a compass of FF-f4, and two pedals. The organ's stop list is as follows:

SubBass
Melodia
Dolce
Viola
I Forte
Vox Humana
II Forte
Vox Jubilante
Dulciana
Diapason
Octave Coupler

There are 2 knee levers (Knee Swell, Grand Organ).

Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Organ (Melodeon)
organ
date made
1870-1880
place made
United States: Vermont, Brattleboro
Physical Description
wood (overall material)
metal (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 60 1/4 in x 60 1/2 in x 21 3/4 in; 153.035 cm x 153.67 cm x 55.245 cm
ID Number
MI.75.38
catalog number
75.38
accession number
315255
Credit Line
Gift of Cecile Stevenson
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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