Bennett/Giuttari, after Manderscheit, Nüremberg, 17th century organs.
It is a single-manual instrument with four ranks of pipes (8', 4', 2' flutes
and 8' regal) with the 2' flute and 8' regal interchangeable. All
ranks have split registers allowing this instrument to offer a wide range of
musical colors. Fretted panels on the side and top of the instrument
control the egress of sound. The instrument's voicing is ideal for
solo, instrumental and choral ensemble settings. Transposing keyboard
(A-415, A-430, A-440) can be tuned to any temperament.