Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

120 West Johnson Street
Madison, WI 53703

Builder: Austin Organ Co., Opus 1861, 1934
Manuals: 2
Ranks: 16
Action: Universal Air Chest System

Notes: Holy Redeemer is the oldest extant Catholic church in Madison, completed in 1869. Its chimes peal over downtown hourly. As a result of lack of funds into the 1960s, the church's interior has been preserved as it was in the 1900s. The instrument's Great Concert Flute, Dulciana, and Tuba Mirabilis are enclosed in a second expression box; the Open Diapason, Octave, and Mixture are unenclosed. The Tuba was removed at some point and replaced by a second-hand high pressure Casavant Trumpet prior to 1983.
Ed -- Three parishes in Madison merged in 2008, like many other Catholic parishes: St. Raphael Cathedral, Holy Redeemer, St. Patrick. Because of the intermix of photos, it is not possible to definitively pull any pictures of this church or the organ.

8' Open Diapason
8' Concert Flute
8' Dulciana
4' Octave
III Mixture
8' Tuba Mirabilis
    Gt to Gt 16, 4
    Sw to Gt 16, 8, 4
    Unison Off

SWELL ORGAN, expressive
8' Open Diapason
8' Stopped Flute
8' Salicional
8' Voix Celeste
4' Flute (ext)
8' Oboe
8' Vox Humana
    Sw to Sw 16, 4
    Unison Off

16' Open Diapason
16' Bourdon
8' Flute (Sw)
    Gt to Ped 8, 4
    Sw to Ped 8, 4