Each entry in the OHS Pipe Organ Database has a unique number (OrganID) that identifies all the information for that instrument throughout the different components of the database itself: instrument details and history, photographs, stoplists, related entries, and historical documents.
Additionally, OHS publications now include the OrganID number in Tracker articles and books, so that the database is an easily referenced source for additional information. You will most often find this number listed at the head of a list of sources or a bibliography, where it will appear as it does in one of these examples: POD No. 9368 or ID 12345.
To see the detailed information we have recorded for any entry, enter the OrganID from a publication in the field below.
If you don't have an ID number in mind, and you want to see a random entry, just enter a whole number between 1 and 65182. That's the number of entries we have in the Database today 11:45 AM (UTC) Monday, January 20, 2020.
Go ahead! Surprise yourself with information about a pipe organ.