The OHS Pipe Organ Database

The list below contains links to stoplists that have been added to the Pipe Organ Database in recent weeks, with the most recent user-contributions appearing first in the list.

  1. Descriptions of organs are links to the Organ Details page, which will open in another window or tab.
    • Titles of documents are links to the stoplist file itself. Depending on your device and its settings, either the stoplist will open in another window/tab, or it will be downloaded and opened by another application altogether.

 

  1. Wayne, Pennsylvania. St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Organ by Luley & Associates, Inc., 2000. (Originally built by Fratelli Ruffatti, 1969)
    • Stoplist copied from the console October 15, 2019
  2. Washington, District of Columbia. Holy Trinity R.C. Church. Organ by Henry Erben, 0.
  3. Madison, Wisconsin. Bethel Lutheran Church. Organ by (Louis) Gayle Monette & Associates, 1990. (Originally built by Schantz Organ Co., 1964)
  4. San Francisco, California. St. Francis Episcopal Church. Organ by Werner Bosch, 1971.
  5. Carroll, Iowa. St. Paul Lutheran Church. Organ by Wicks Organ Co., 1949.
  6. Ripon, Wisconsin. Ripon College. Organ by Bruce Case, 2018.
  7. Ripon, Wisconsin. Ripon College. Organ by Wicks Organ Co., 1966.
  8. Worthington, Ohio. St. John's Episcopal Church. Organ by Schantz Organ Co., 1983.
  9. Wayne, Pennsylvania. Wayne Presbyterian Church. Organ by Brantley A. Duddy, 2003. (Originally built by Austin Organs, Inc., 1963)
    • Stoplist from the church website and from the console October 15, 2019
  10. Rosemont, Pennsylvania. Church of the Good Shepherd. Organ by Patrick J. Murphy & Associates Organbuilders, 2007. (Originally built by Austin Organs, Inc., 1977)
    • Stoplist copied from the console October 15, 2019
  11. Northumberland, Pennsylvania. St. John's Lutheran Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1910.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the OHS Archives
  12. Washington, District of Columbia. St. Thomas Protestant Episcopal Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1909.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the OHS Archives
  13. Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Church of the Redeemer, Episcopal. Organ by Reuter Organ Co., 2005. (Originally built by Aeolian-Skinner Organ Co., 1949)
    • Stoplist from the console October 15, 2019, and the church website
  14. Albuquerque, New Mexico. St. Thomas of Canterbury Episcopal Church. Organ by Meloni & Farrier, 2019. (Originally built by J. H. & C. S. Odell & Co., 1868)
  15. Racine, Wisconsin. Zion Lutheran Church. Organ by Panizza Organbuilding, 1997.
  16. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. University of North Carolina. Organ by Reuter Organ Co., 1957. (Originally built by Reuter Organ Co., 1929)
    • Stoplist courtesy of the Reuter Organ Co. via JR Neutel
  17. Dubuque, Iowa. University of Dubuque. Organ by Dobson Pipe Organ Builders, 2020.
  18. Anniston, Alabama. St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church. Organ by Barger and Nix, 1982. (Originally built by H. Pilcher & Sons, 188)
  19. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Residence: Mark Caldwell. Organ by Owner, 2016. (Originally built by Wicks Organ Co., 1966)
  20. Brighton, Michigan. St. Patrick R. C. Church. Organ by Orgues Létourneau Ltée, 2004.
    • Courtesy of Dr. Timothy Tikker August 18, 2019
  21. Boynton Beach, Florida. Residence: Edward Krynicki & John McGovern. Organ by Owner, 2005. (Originally built by Reuter Organ Co., 1954)
  22. Red Bank, New Jersey. St. Anthony of Padua R.C. Church. Organ by Peragallo Organ Co., 1997.
  23. Wellfleet, Massachusetts. Residence: Joan Lippincott. Organ by Paul Fritts & Co., Organbuilders, 2001.
  24. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Divine Peace Lutheran Church. Organ by John J. Miller Mechanical Organ and Clock Works, LLC, 2019. (Originally built by Klaus Becker, 1971)