The following stop lists illustrate various tonal designs within five size ranges as defined by the number of voices (or stops).

1. Organs with up to 10 voices (or stops):
  • Opus 88, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Palo Alto, CA, 9 voices.
  • Opus 99, First Church of Christ, Scientist, Belvedere, CA, 9 voices.
  • Opus 101, Bardsdale United Methodist Church, Fillmore, CA, 10 voices.
  • Opus 102, St. Andrew's Church, Tucson, AZ, 6 voices.
  • Opus 105, St. Denis Church, Menlo Park, CA, 8 voices.
  • Opus 106, Our Mother of Good Counsel, Los Angeles, CA, 10 voices.
  • Opus 108, Carmelite Monastery, San Francisco, CA, 9 voices.
  • Opus 111, St. Timothy's Church, Mountain View, CA, 9 voices.
  • Opus 114, Knowles Residence, Poughkeepsie, NY, 7 voices.
  • Opus 124, St. John's Lutheran Church, American Falls, ID, 9 voices.
  • Opus 155, Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, High Point, NC, 6 voices.
  • Opus 158, The Juilliard School, New York, NY, 10 voices.
  • Opus 163, Fordham University, New York, NY, 10 voices.
2. Organs of 11 to 20 voices (or stops):
  • Opus 98, Santa Clara Church, Oxnard, CA, 16 voices.
  • Opus 121, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Walnut Creek, CA, 15 voices.
  • Opus 131, University of St. Thomas, Houston, TX, 15 voices.
  • Opus 137, Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church, Franklin, TN, 12 voices.
  • Opus 138, Grace Episcopal Church, Sheboygan, WI, 20 voices.
  • Opus 142, St. Paul's School, Brooklandville, MD, 18 voices.
  • Opus 152, St. Paul's Ivy Episcopal Church, Ivy, VA, 16 voices.
  • Opus 153, Christ and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, New York, NY, 14 voices.
  • Opus 159, Chapel of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, TX, 19 voices.
  • Opus 161, TMI, The Episcopal School of Texas, San Antonio, TX, 18 voices.
  • Opus 166, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 16 voices.
3. Organs with 21-30 voices (or stops):
  • Opus 89, Our Lady of Lourdes, Oakland, CA, 22 voices.
  • Opus 104, Sts. Peter and Paul Church, San Francisco, CA, 25 voices.
  • Opus 115, Church of the Wayfarer, Carmel, CA, 24 voices.
  • Opus 117, First Presbyterian Church, Medford, OR, 27 voices.
  • Opus 118, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 27 voices.
  • Opus 119, Highland Park Presbyterian Church, Dallas, TX, 32 voices.
  • Opus 122, Islington United Methodist Church, Toronto, Canada, 25 voices.
  • Opus 134, Spring Valley United Methodist Church, Dallas, TX, 27 voices.
  • Opus 135, Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church, Atlanta, GA, 30 voices.
  • Opus 144, First United Methodist Church, Texarkana, AR, 28 voices.
  • Opus 148, First Church of Christ, Congregational, Glastonbury, CT, 25 voices.
  • Opus 164, Fordham University, New York, NY, 28 voices.
4. Organs with between 31 and 50 voices (or stops):
  • Opus 129, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Madison, WI, 39 voices.
  • Opus 133, St. Francis in the Fields Church, Harrods Creek, KY, 35 voices.
  • Opus 136, First Presbyterian Church, Ann Arbor, MI, 33 voices.
  • Opus 141, Towson Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, MD, 35 voices.
  • Opus 143, Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, Houston, TX, 38 voices.
  • Opus 147, First United Methodist Church Birmingham, MI, 38 voices.
  • Opus 149, Christ Church Cambridge, Cambridge, MA, 44 voices.
  • Opus 154, Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Nashville, TN, 47 voices.
5. Organs with over 50 voices (or stops):
  • Opus 123, St. Paul's Parish, Washington, D.C., 51 voices.
  • Opus 126, First-Plymouth Congregational Church, Lincoln, NE, 74 voices.
  • Opus 139, LDS Conference Center, Salt Lake City, UT, 103 voices.
  • Opus 145, St. Martin's Episcopal Church, Houston, TX, 69 voices.
  • Opus 150, Park Cities Presbyterian Church, Dallas, TX, 66 voices.
  • Opus 157, St. James' Church, New York, NY, 60 voices.

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