Residence: Robert Bergford

St Louis Park, MN

Builder: Hinners Organ Co, Opus 3030, 1934
Manuals: 2
Ranks: 8
Action: Electropneumatic

Notes: Identified through email from Robert Bergford. "The instrument is on around 3.5" of wind, 2 reservoirs, 1 hp blower, electro-pneumatic action. Originally installed in a Methodist church in River Falls, WI [ed: current organ is a Zimmer], removed in 1978 to a private residence in St. Paul, then purchased and relocated to St. Louis Park by Robert Bergfors where it is being installed in the basement of my home. My goal is to keep the core instrument original, but add a relay and additional chests and ranks in the future." 3/2011

GREAT 61 notes
8' Open Diapason 61 (scale 43, 6" diameter, lowest 19 originally facade, remainder linen lead)
8' Dulciana 12 (church retained the rest for the new organ; I have installed a 1930's Cornopean in this place)
8' Melodia 61 (wood, stopped bass, open wood, metal trebles; removed and replaced with a 4' Principal form M.P. Moller #8270)
2.2/3', 2' Grave Mixture II  61 (from Moller #8279)
Cathedral chimes (do not have original brass tubes)

SWELL 73 notes
8' Stopped Diapason (wood, metal trebles)
8' Salicional (1-12 mitered zinc, remainder spotted)
4' Harmonic Flute (1-6 zinc, remainder heavy spotted metal, large scale)

PEDAL 32 notes
16' Bourdon (wood)
16' Lieblich (softer)
16' Open Wood (added, from a 1916 Austin)