The Dobson Organ

The Dobson pipe organ, Opus 4, was installed in Olivet Congregational Church in 1974 as a gift from the Tucker family, longstanding members of the church.  Comprising 34 ranks of pipes, the instrument is well suited to provide organ music to enhance the liturgies of Olivet Church, hymn singing, and to accompany the Olivet Congregational Choir. The dedicatory organ recital was presented by the late Robert Thompson, and, most recently was featured in a “Happy Birthday” recital commemorating the fiftieth year of its installation by our recently appointed Director of Music and Organist, Dr. Stephen Hamilton. The event attracted a Standing Room Only audience.



8′ Prestant
8′ Koppelflöte
4′ Octave
4′ Spitzflöte
2′ Waldflöte
2.2/3′ Sesquialtera II
1.1/3′ Mixture IV
8′ Trompette
    Swell to Great

SWELL (expressive)
8′ Holzgedeckt
8′ Salicional
8′ Celeste
4′ Prestant
4′ Rohrflöte
2′ Octave
1.1/3′ Gemshor Quinte
1/2′ Klingende Zimbel
16′ Dulzian 56
8′ Hautbois 56

16′ Subbass
8′ Prestant
8′ Gedeckt
4′ Choral Bass
2.2/3′ Mixture IV
16′ Posaune
    Great to Pedal
    Swell to Pedal