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On July 26, 2005 Sam Bowerman installed this tremulant which he releathered before installing.

This tremulant is located in a closet directly behind the organ, you can see the air hose which goes to the main organ thru the wall. Locating the tremulant in the insulated closet allows the Tremolo on the organ to be engaged without the loud beating sound being heard.

This movie clip begins inside the closet which captures the loud beating sound and then shows the bellows operating with the tremulant engaged without and with notes being played.

To listen to Bach's "BWV 654, Schmucke Dich O Liebe Seele" with the Tremulant engaged click here

If you cannot play the mp3's above, you may need to install the QuickTime Plug In.

To get a free version of Quicktime visit's Quicktime

If you have already installed QuickTime Player on your computer, and think you have the Plug In, check the folder for your browser application. Inside this folder will be a folder called "Plugins". If you do not see a QuickTime Plugin in this folder, but you do have QuickTime on your computer, you will need to go to the Quicktime application folder, make a copy of the Plugin that is there and put it in the browser application plugins folder.

Be careful during installation of the Quicktime Plug-In that you DO NOT set it to be your DEFAULT audio or media player.

This way Quicktime will play the .mov files posted above and will not mess with your other computer settings.

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