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[an unusual chamber organ] Chamber Organ, USA
One manual, 6 stops, 1999
An unusual chamber organ in a chinoiserie case for a private home in Washington DC.
[Chestnut Hill Presbyterian Church organ] Chestnut Hill Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, USA
Three manual, 45 stops, 2000
This instrument was first heard on Easter Sunday, 2000, and was dedicated in a recital by Peter Sykes on 12 May 2000, and at a Festival Choral Service on Sunday 14 May 14 2000, under the direction of Mark A Anderson, Director of Music.
[Christ Church Cranbrook, organ] Christ Church Cranbrook, Detroit, USA
4 manuals and pedals, 94 stops, 110 ranks, 1997
Mechanically, this is a new instrument, based on restored, remaining, viable pipework from Ernest Skinner Opus 567, originally installed in this beautiful church (designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue FAIA) in 1927.
[Christ Church Pittsford, NY, organ] Christ Church Pittsford, New York, USA
2 manuals and pedals, 25 stops, 33 ranks, 1991
The mechanical drawstop action of this organ is fitted with solenoids to provide a full complement of pistons and eight levels of memory.
[House organ, USA] House organ, USA
1 manual, 4 stops, 5 ranks, 1997
An interesting chamber organ for a private home.
[Immanuel Church on the Hill organ] Immanuel Church on the Hill, Alexandria, Virginia, USA
2 manuals and pedals, 12 stops, 15-16 ranks, 1994
This small but versatile instrument was designed in an ingenious manner to fit into an existing space partly contained within a chamber.
[Peabody Institute organ] Peabody Institute, USA
1 manual, 4 stops, 1990
A continuo organ in a finely marbled case for this famous music college.
[Peachtree Road UMC, Chancel organ] Peachtree Road United Methodist Church, Atlanta, USA - Chancel organ
72 stops, 90 ranks, 2002
With 72 stops, this ranks as one of the largest mechanical action pipe organs ever built by a British company in an unusual double case.
[Peachtree Road UMC, Gallery organ] Peachtree Road United Methodist Church, Atlanta, USA - Gallery organ
2 manuals and pedals, 34 stops, 42 ranks, 2008
An organ in French romantic style to complement the chancel organ in this thriving church in Atlanta.
[Princeton University Chapel organ] Princeton University Chapel, USA
4 manuals, 109 stops, 135 ranks, 1991
73 ranks of original Skinner pipwork are retained in this otherwise new instrument. The comfortable console incorporates a 128-level capture system.
[St Agnes organ] St Agnes RC, New York, USA
2 manuals and pedals, 31 stops, 41 ranks, 1998
A large two-manual instrument for the rebuilt Italianate church of St Agnes, close to Grand Central Station.
[St Ignatius Loyola organ] St Ignatius Loyola, New York, USA
4 manuals and pedals, 68 stops, 91 ranks, 1993
This organ, the largest of its kind ever to have been built by a British company, is influenced by French organs of the nineteenth century and housed in a new case to our own design. It has sensitive suspended action to all four manuals.
[St Paul's Episcopal Church, Norfolk, Virginia, organ] St Paul's Episcopal Church, Norfolk, Virginia
2 manuals and pedals, 24 stops, 27 ranks, 2006
A new organ, with mechanical key action and electric stop action and detached console, for this historic colonial church.
[St Peter's, St Louis, organ] St Peter's, St Louis, Missouri, USA
3 manuals and pedals, 44 stops, 53 ranks, 2001
A mechanical action organ divided on two sides of the Chancel. St Peter's also has a Mander Chamber Organ.
[West Parish of Barnstable, Cape Cod, organ] West Parish of Barnstable, Cape Cod, USA
Two manuals and pedals, 23 stops, 24 ranks, 2005
A new mechanical action organ designed to fit the historic 1717 Meeting House of West Parish, both musically and visually.

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