The University of Alaska, Anchorage

UAA Fine Arts Recital Hall - Kenneth Jones Tracker Organ - 1986

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The organ in the Fine Arts Recital Hall of the University of Alaska, Anchorage, was built by Kenneth Jones of Bray, Irelenad, during the summer of 1986.  

The organ is positioned in the Recital Hall's upper stage right balcony.  As can be seen from the photos, the pipes are finished in a polished copper tone.  Due to the "precarious" position of the instrument above the stage, a guard rail is attached behind the bench to prevent the player from falling off the bench and onto the stage during an exuberant Bach fugue!


1 1/3' Spitzquint

2' Principal

4' Rohrflute

8' Gedeckt

8' Rohrflute

4' Principal

2' Waldflute

1 1/3' Mixture III-IV

16' Bourdon

8' Gemshorn

4' Choral Bass

Swell to Great

Swell to Pedal

Great to Pedal

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