Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Cathedral

360 Main Street
Winona, MN 55987

Builder: Gress-Miles Organ Co., 1980.
Manuals: 3
Ranks: 38
Action: Electro-mechanical

Notes: This instrument was positioned in a rear choir balcony in the original cathedral building.

Online document from the Cathedral Organ Committee:
 indicates that none of the companies consulted were willing to transplant the existing Gress-Miles organ "as is," to the new cathedral building. The builders were disinclined to incorporate the pipework in a new instrument, based on the small scales and existing voicing. The Cathedral later chose a new Reuter for the Cathedral and Reuter reportedly pledged to incorporate as much of the Gress-Miles as could be artistically done. One possibility was suggested to use the Gress-Miles as the basis for an Antiphonal organ.

Jeff Scofield and Organ Historical Society as of 2020.

16' Gedecktpommer
8' Principal
8' Rohrflöte
8' Harmonic Flute (Pos)
4' Octave
2' Rohrpfeife
Mixture V-VI
8' Trompette (Sw)

8' Bourdon
8' Viole de Gambe
8' Voix Celeste (TC)
4' Traversflöte
4' Octave Viole
4' Octave Celeste
2.2/3' Nasat
2' Principal
2' Piccolo
1.3/5' Terz
1.1/3' Quintflöte
1' Octave
Zimbel III-IV
16' Bombarde
8' Trompette
4' Clairon
Octaves Graves

8' Montre
8' Holzgedeckt
8' Flauto Dolce
4' Principal
4' Spillflöte
2' Octave
1.1/3' Quint
Scharf III-IV
8' Cromorne

32' Acoustic Bass II (derived resultant)
16' Principal
16' Subbass
8' Principal
8' Holzgedeckt (Gt)
5.1/3' Quintflöte
4' Octave
2' Harmonic Flute
Mixture V
Basse de Cornet IV-VI
16' Bombarde (Sw)
8' Trompette (Sw)
4' Cromorne (Pos)