Trinity Lutheran Church

511 South Fifth Street
St. Peter, MN 56082

Builder: Hoppe & Co., Robert D., circa 2010.
Manuals: 2
Ranks: 14
Action: Electro-magnetic

Notes: Organ Historical Society as of 2010. As consultant for the tonal design, I suggested that much of the previous Moller could be incorporated into a new organ in the new church, which is what Rob did. I also played the dedication program, showing what the organ could do. The original Moller was enlarged, from 6 ranks to 14 ranks.
Since Trinity split from First Lutheran in the early 20th Century over English vs. Swedish services, Trinity has always been "not First Lutheran". Whereas First Lutheran's building is all brick and concrete with a high ceiling and 4+ seconds of reverberation, Trinity has a low ceiling and wall to wall carpet and no reverberation. The organ was found unable to carry to all corners of the room, so Rob has added a number of digital voices to this organ and a three manual console (not documented here). -- David Engen

16' Bourdon
8' Principal
8' Gedeckt
8' Salicional
4' Octave
4' Flute
2' Auszug
2' Mixture IV
16' Fagott
8' Schalmey
8' Swell to Great

8' Rohr Flute
8' Salicional
8' Vox Coelestis
4' Gemshorn
4' Nachthorn
2.2/3' Nazard
2' Gems Octave
1.3/5' Tierce
8' Schalmey

16' Bourdon
8' Principal
8' Gedeckt
5.1/3' Quinte
4' Tenor Octave
4' + 2' Piffaro II
16' Fagott
4' Schalmey
8' Great to Pedal
8' Swell to Pedal