Cathedral of Our Merciful Savior

515 Second Avenue, NW
Faribault, MN 55021
Builder: Hendrickson Organ Co. (1986)
Originally John Gale Marklove (1862, 1871)
Ranks: 34
Action: Mechanical
Notes:
from Charles Hendrickson. The Cathedral of our Merciful Saviour in Faribault was Bishop Whipple's seat. An important building. We saved the Marklove pipes and included them in my instrument there. The Marklove tracker had been replaced with new electric chests, console etc., but, fortunately many of the original 1860s pipes were still there for us to use. Perhaps the oldest pipes in Minnesota, or nearly so. We added some replacement pipes in the Marklove style to replace those that were missing.
--Charles Hendrickson
Last Update: 2/2009
GREAT ORGAN 58 notes
8' Open Diapason original
8' Dulciana original
8' Melodia original
4' Principal original
4' Flute original
2-2/3' Twelfth
2' Fifteenth
1-1/3' Mixture IV
8' Clarionet TC original
8' Trumpet original
SWELL ORGAN 58 notes
16' Bourdon original 1-30
8' Open Diapason original 13-48
8' Viol da Gamba original 13-40
8' Stopped Diapason original
4' Principal original 1-5
2' Flageolet
2-2/3' Cornet II
2' Mixture IV
16' Fagotto
8' Bassoon
4' Clairon
Tremola
PEDAL ORGAN 30 notes
16' Open Diapason original 1-25
16' Bourdon
10-2/3' Quint
8' Violoncello original 1-12
4' Principal
16' Trombone