The OHS Pipe Organ Database

Residence: R.B. Mellon
6400 Fifth Ave.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217

OHS Database ID 65151.

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Status and Condition

This organ is no longer whole; parts were dispersed, and some may have been re-used in a different installation.
We received the most recent update on this organ's state and condition January 6, 2020.

Technical Details

Four manuals. 34 ranks.


  • This entry describes an original installation of a new pipe organ.
    Identified by James Stark, citing information from this publication: The Aeolian Organ and its Music, Rollin Smith, Organ Historical Society (Richmond) 1998.
    Originally installed in 1911 as a III/30 (HC) the organ was expanded in 1916 with the addition of a four rank solo division and a 4 manual console. Duo-Art player added 1919. (Database Manager. January 6, 2020)

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Entry hall with Aeolian to the left and four manual console to the right. Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, courtesy of James Stark (1920's)

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