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BuilderID 2794

Builder Identification

Louisville, Kentucky, 1972-1988.

Additional Notes

  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, by David H. Fox (Richmond, Va.: Organ Historical Society, 1991; rev. ed., 1997, with updated information). —

    Born 1957; graduate of the University of Louisville, Kentucky; with Eugene Ward Organ Service; with Miller Organ Co. of Louisville, Kentucky, until 1987; 16 years in trade in 1988; became church music director in Louisville, Kentucky.

    Source:

    • Letter [from Philip Hines Jr.] to David H. Fox.

  • From Organ Database Builders editor Stephen Hall, August 28, 2019. —

    Hines was one of the recitalists for the recording "Historic Organs of Louisville" (OHS) in 1993. He was organist and director of music at Church of the Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Parish in 2014.

    Sources:

    • Album notes for "Historic Organs of Louisville" (SKU: OHS-93).
    • Newsletter for the Choirs of the Church of the Holy Spirit, Vol. 7, No. 34, May 4, 2014, http://uploads.weconnect.com/mce/1b04f217730b9e677ec7021775bb6c2c8f8ca543/BLURB%20v7%20no34%2004%20May%202014.pdf

Database Entries

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