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Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral

Jesus said, “Many are called, but few are chosen.”

Our Gabriel Kney Pipe Organ

The pipe organ at Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral is considered one of Kansas City’s finest.  It was installed in 1981, along with the balcony at the back of the Nave.  It was cleaned and renovated in 2004.

Technical specifications

GABRIEL KNEY 1981
Renovated by Leslie Smith and Quimby Pipe Organs in 2004

48 stops, 67 ranks, tracker key action, electric stop action

Photo of some pipesGREAT
16’ Quintade
8’ Praestant
8’ Rohrflote
4’ Oktav
4’ Spitzflote
3 1/5’ Tierce
2’ Oktav
IV Mixtur
II Zimbel
8’ Trompete
Fanfare to Great
Swell to Great
Positiv to Great
Great Coupler Assist

SWELL
8’ Offenflote
8’ Gambe
8’ Vox Coelestis
4’ Prinzipal
2 2/3 Nasat
2’ Blockflote
1 3/5’ Terz
V Plein Jeu
16’ Basson
8’ Trompette
8’ Hautbois
4’ Clairon
Tremulant

POSITIV
8’ Holzgedackt
8’ Quintad
4’ Praestant
4’ Rohrflote
2’ Oktav
1 1/3 Quinte
II Sesquialtera
III Scharff
16’ Rankett
8’ Krummhorn
Swell to Positiv
Tremulant

FANFARE
8’ Spanische Trompete
4’ Spanische Trompete
V Cornet

PEDAL
32’ Untersatz
16’ Praestant
16’ Subbass
16’ Quintade
8’ Oktav
8’ Gedecktbass
4’ Choralbass
2’ Prinzipal
V Hintersatz
32’ Bombarde
16’ Posaune
8’ Trompete
4’ Zink
Swell to Pedal
Great to Pedal
Positiv to Pedal
Fanfare to Pedal

8 general pistons and toe studs, multiple levels of memory; sequencer
6 pistons for Swell, Great and Positiv