Dr. Peter Szeibel Residence

Address Unknown
Fort Dodge, IA 50501

(This instrument as of 2000 is now at the Central United Methodist Church's Pioneer Chapel in Phoenix, AZ.)
Builder: Dobson Pipe Organ Builders, Op. 59, 1993.
Manuals: 2
Ranks: 9
Compass: 56/32
Stops: 10
Action: Mechanical

Notes: This Dobson was originally installed in 1993 in the home of Dr. Peter Szeibel in Fort Dodge, Iowa. It was later moved to Phoenix, AZ. See note above.

Mechanical key and stop actions. Free standing solid white oak case with façade pipes of 75% tin. Manual keyboards have ebony naturals and bone-capped rosewood sharps. Pedalboard has hard maple naturals and teak sharps. Bench with height adjusting blocks. Self-contained 110-VAC blower. Overall dimensions: 18'-3" H x 12' -0" W x 7'-10" D. Case footprint: 6'-5" W x 4'-10" D.

Steven E. Lawson and Organ Historical Society as of 2016.

8' Chimney Flute 56
8' Dulciana (prepared)
4' Principal 56
2' Gemshorn 56

8' Gedackt 56
8' Salicional prep
4' Koppel Flute 56
2.2/3' Nazard 56
1.3/5' Tierce 56
8' Schalmei 56
Tremulant (affects entire organ)

16' Subbass 32
8' Bourdon 12 (ext)