The Létourneau Organ, Opus 91

Organ

Centenary United Methodist Church of New Bern, NC purchased a new Létourneau organ in May 2004. This exquisite organ, Op. 91, was made in Quebec, Canada and consists of 36 stops and 33 ranks, totaling 1861 pipes. The "state-of-the-art" organ is equipped with solid state combination action which includes two digital control panels with 64 levels of memory and a disk reader. In addition to its beautiful foundation sounds, the organ includes chimes and a zimbelstern.

Great Swell (expressive) Pedal
Bourdon 16' Geigen Diapason 8' Contra Bourdon 32'
Open Diapason 8' Stopped Diapason 8' (electronic)
Chimney Flute 8' Viola da Gamba 8' Open Diapason 16'
Gemshorn 8' Voix Celeste 8' Subbass 16'
Principal 4' Principal 4' Bourdon 16' (GT)
Harmonic Flute 4' Spitz Flute 4' Principal 8'
Fifteenth 2' Nazard 2-2/3' Bass Flute 8'
Mixture IV Block Flute 2' Choral Bass 4'
Bassoon - Oboe 16' (SW) Tierce 1-3/5' Trombone 16'
Trumpet 8' Mixture IV Bassoon - Oboe 16' (SW)
Oboe 8' (SW) Bassoon - Oboe 16' Trumpet 8'
Tremulant Trumpet 8' Oboe 8' (SW)

Oboe 8' Oboe 4' (SW)

Tremulant

Usual sub, unison and octave couplers.
Chimes and Zymbelstern.