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Name of institution Scotch College
Type of institution School
Street Address Shenton Road
City Swanbourne
State Western Australia
Country Australia
Name of building Chapel
Name of room
Dates of the building
Architect’s and builder’s names
Special architectural features
Special fittings
Other location information
Name of contact
Mailing Address
Other contact information
Date of previous organs None
Detail of previous organs
Dates when key work has been undertaken
Dates of any moves that have taken place
Variations from original design of organ
Information on previous organs
Information about comparable instruments to previous organs

Present organ
Type of installation
Case description
Placement in room
Builder's name Paul F. Hufner
Opus number
Date of completion/installation 1969
Construction materials
Number of manuals One (1)
Key compasses FF-ff
Number of keys 49
Key material
Pedal compass
Number of pedals
Pedalboard type
Pedalboard material
Type of chests
Type of key action Electro-magnetic
Type of stop action Electro-magnetic
Console type
Stop label material
General design
Playing aids
Wind pressures

Stop list
Principal 8'
Flute 8'
Octave 4'
Flute 4'
Fifteenth 2'
Piccolo 2'
Subbass (autobass) 16'
Total number of speaking stops 7
Total number of ranks 2 ranks extended, autobass
Total number of pipes
Dates when key work has been undertaken on current organ
Dates of any moves that have taken place to current organ The Scotch College organ was sold to Pipe Organs WA in 2002 and broken up.  The unit chests, pipework and single keyboard are in storage in the Bayswater workshop, the casework disposed of.
Information on current organ
Comparable instruments to current organ
Current status
Assessment of organ
Other organs by this builder
Technical documents 
General documents
Supporting information
Document control Original entries J R Elms, OAM, Gazetteer of Western Australian Pipe Organs, 1971, 1999,2003 and 2004.
This entry D B Duncan 02 February 2009.
Additional information from Graham devenish 10 February 2009.


This page last updated 10 February 2009

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