Gustavus Adolphus College

Portable instrument in Practice Room (and rolls into Bjorling Recital Hall stage)
800 West College Avenue
St. Peter, MN 56082

Builder: Rieger Orgelbau, circa 1980.
Manuals: 1
Ranks: 7
Pipes: 366
Stops: 6
Action: Mechanical

Notes: David Fienen (college organist) and Organ Historical Society as of 2012.

This Positiv organ is housed in the organ faculty office mounted on a platform. This enables the organ to be wheeled onto the stage of Björling Recital Hall for use with orchestra, small ensembles, or to accompany individual instrumentalists or singers.

This one-manual instrument was built by Rieger Orgelbau in Austria and originally used by a church in Cleveland, OH,  from whom the College acquired it in 1980.

It has a single manual and a concave [but not radiating] pedalboard (in the European style).

8' Holzgedackt
4' Principal
4' Rohrflöte
2' Gemshorn
Mixtur II

PEDAL ORGAN (pulldown)
16' Sordun