Most of the organ is assembled in their shop. Most of the wooden case will be stained to match the wood around the keyboards.
Dr. Mock climbs up to look around inside.
The lowest display pipe has its finishing touches.
Inside the organ - These pipes are played from the lower keyboard.
Inside the organ - These "trackers" connect the keys with the pipes.
Inside the organ - This is where the trackers connect to the keys on the bottom keyboard.
Inside the organ - These trackers connect to the pedals.
Some of the pedal pipes
Backside of the pedal pipes that you can see in the front of the organ case.
Each pipe is carefully and permanently labeled.
The lowest metal display pipe is installed in the case.
The key action, inside the organ. This is the back of the console (keyboards, pedals & stop knobs).b
The silvery pistons control which stops make sounds when you play a key.
Some of the pipes are inside this box. Opening and closing the shutters lets more or less sound get out into the room.
Partly assembled pipes still being build in the "pipe shop". These will the Hautbois on the upper keyboard.
This wedge bellows keeps the air supply at a steady pressure when it goes into the pipes.
These 16' long trumpet pipes will be played by the pedals.
The wood shop at Fisk, where they make the wooden pipes and all the cabinetry.
More of the wood shop.
Detail of the "pipe shades". The "roof" of the organ case goes on top, but it didn't fit inside Fisk's workshop.