About Our Organ
St. Paul’s organ was built by the German firm Gebrüder Späth and installed in 1963, making it the first modern tracker action organ to be installed in a church anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. Today, the Seattle area boasts many fine mechanical action organs (along with two of the world’s leading organ builders), but it all started here at 15 Roy Street!
Click here to hear some samples of music played on our organ and sung by our choir.
|Koppelfloete 8||Gedacktfloete 8||Subbass 16|
|Principal 4||Gemshorn 4||Choralbass 4|
|Rohrfloete 4||Larigot 1 1/3||Fagott 16|
|Flageolet 2||Sesquialtera II||COUPLERS|
|Mixture IV||Trompete 8||I – II|
|Zimbelstern||Krummhorn 8||II – P|
|Tremulant||I – P|