Each division contains many ranks of pipes. These are listed in the stoplist or specification.
Great OrganThis is the big-toned main division.
Swell OrganHere, the pipes of a number of choruses and tone colours are enclosed in a room-sized swell box which has shutters that are opened and closed by a foot pedal to swell and diminish the sound.
Choir OrganA quieter version of the Great and Swell with pipes in a swell box.
Solo OrganThe main location of the solo and orchestral sounds which are also enclosed in a swell box.
Standing outside the box are the organ's loudest trumpet pipes, sometimes referred to as the Bombard division for obvious reasons!
|Played by the feet, this organ has the large seat-shaking pipes as well as complete choruses to provide a bass line or a melody.|