The Brombaugh instrument in Fairchild Chapel is based on organ-building principles of the early 17th century. Although not a replica of any specific model, it was inspired by the work of German organ builders Gottfried Fritzsche and Friedrich Stellwagen.
Great CDE-c3 with sub-semitones, 56 notes
Praestant 8 Gedackt 8 Oak Principal 8 Octava 4 Spitzpype 4 Quinta (Drawing the stop 3 knob halfway brings on the Sesquialtera, which speaks from middle C. When the stop is fully drawn, the Quinta speaks throughout the compass.) Sesquialtera II Octava 2 Mixtura V-VII Trommett 8
Brust C/E-c3, 45 notes
Regal 8 Hohlquinta (treble) 3
Pedal CDE-d1 with sub-semitones, 28 notes
Subbass 16 Praestant (Gt) 8 Trommett (Gt) 8
Wind Pressure: 78mm Pitch: 1c is tuned to 557 Hz Case: fumed oak Case doors and panels: Western red cedar Key cover plates for the naturals: cow bone Manual sharps: ebony Other case materials: zebrawood, maple, bog oak, rosewood, sugar pine, Douglas fir