st-george-oshawaSt. George’s Memorial Church, Oshawa

Downtown St. George’s Memorial Church in the neighbouring city of Oshawa dates from 1924, although the origins of its congregation may be traced back to the 1840s. St. George’s has hosted the annual organ recital and biennial Osborne organ competition final round since both began in the 1970s. Its three-manual Casavant Frères pipe organ is one of the finest in the area, and its unusual 16-bell carillon is another point of musical interest.


III/48, Casavant Frères Limitée, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec

Tonally finished and installed by Alan T. Jackson & Associates


Great Organ

Quintaton 16
Principal 8
Bourdon 8
Octave 4
Rohrflöte 4
Waldf1öte 2
Rauschquinte 22⁄3
Mixture IV (11⁄3‘ pitch)
Trompette (hooded)


Great to Pedal 8
Swell to Pedal 8
Choir to Pedal 8, 4
Swell to Great
Choir to Great
Swell to Choir

Swell Organ (enclosed)

Rohrgedeckt 8 61
Salicional 8
Salicional Celeste 8
Principal 4
Nachthorn 4
Nazard 22⁄3
Blockflöte 2
Tierce 13⁄5
Scharff IV (1′ pitch)
Fagott (half length) 16
Trompette 8
Oboe 4

Swell 16
Swell Unison Off
Swell 4

Reversible Thumb-Pistons

Great to Pedal (duplicated by toe stud)
Swell to Pedal
Choir to Pedal
Full Organ (duplicated by toe stud)
Nave Shutter
Chancel Shutter

Choir Organ

Singend Gedeckt 8
Erzahler 8
Prestant 4
Spitzflöte 4
Doublette 2
Quinteflöte 11⁄3
Zimbel III (1⁄4‘ pitch)
Krummhom 8
Trompette (Great)


Adjustable Pistons

4 on Great
4 on Pedal (duplicated)
5 on Swell
4 on Choir
6 General (duplicated)

Pedal Organ

Resultant 32
Principal 16
Subbass 16
Quintaton (Great) 16
Octave 8
Rohrpommer 8
Choral Bass 4
Mixture III (2′ pitch)
Bombarde 16
Fagott (Swell) 16

Balanced Pedals

To Swell Organ
Register Crescendo on all stops and couplers