Church of the Holy Trinity

Lincoln, NE

The Reuter Pipe Organ at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Lincoln, NE was designed in consultation with Myron Roberts and installed in 1960 as the firm’s Opus 1281. The console was prepared for the later addition of an Antiphonal Organ. In 2009, funds became available to complete the Antiphonal division.

Our proposed stop list was somewhat different than that envisioned by Roberts. We added a complete Principal chorus to aid in leading hymns. The bold Gedackt is available as the foundation of the pedal and as a colorful manual stop. A Spitzflute 4 creates a small flute chorus and a pair of undulating strings provides a shimmering ethereal effect. The pipe work is a combination of new and vintage ranks, while the chests and wind system are all new work. The additions have proven to be a valuable asset to the music program at Holy Trinity, enhancing worship and invigorating congregational singing.

Reuter Organ Company,
Opus 1281, 1960

Antiphonal division,
Bedient Pipe Organ Company,


Quintaton 16
Quintaton 8
Spitz principal 8
Gedeckt 8
Octave 4
Spillflöte 4
Fifteenth 2
Mixture III
Ant. Principal 8
Ant. Octave 4
Ant. Mixture II


Geigen 8
Rohrflöte 8
Viole de Gambe 8
Voix celeste 8
Prestant 4
Nachthorn 4
Block Flöte 2
Plein Jeu IV
Basson 16
Trompette 8
Hautbois 4


Flauto dolce 8
Flûte celeste
Koppelflöte 4
Bourdon 8
Nazard 2 2/3
Principal 2
Tierce 1 3/5
Cymbel III
Vox humana 8
Cromorne 8
Bishop’s Trumpet 16
Bishop’s Trumpet 8
Ant. Gedackt 8
Ant. Salicional 8
Ant. Celeste 8
Ant. Spitzflute 4
Ant. Tremulant

Antiphonal Resources

Principal 8
Gedackt 16, 8
Salicional 8
Celeste 8 TC