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. St. Petersburg, Florida. St. Peter Episcopal Cathedral. Organ by Austin Organs, Inc., 2019. (Originally built by Austin Organs, Inc., 1965)
    • Stoplist courtesy of Dwight Thomas
  2. LaGrange, Georgia. First Baptist Church. Organ by Skinner Organ Co., 1923.
    • Stoplist copied from the console July 30, 1990
  3. Fort Smith, Arkansas. St. John's Episcopal Church. Organ by Wicks Organ Co., 1995. (Originally built by Kilgen Organ Co., 1953)
  4. Redlands, California. First Presbyterian Church of Redlands. Organ by Schlicker Organ Co., 1973.
  5. Rockland, Massachusetts. First Congregational Church. Organ by Hook & Hastings, 1894.
  6. Denver, Colorado. Trinity United Methodist Church. Organ by Morel & Associates, 2012. (Originally built by Frank Roosevelt, )
    • Stoplist from Die-Orgelseite and Stopjamb Photos
  7. Minster, Ohio. St. Augustine R.C. Church. Organ by H.W. Muller & Sons, 1968. (Originally built by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1939)
  8. Denver, Colorado. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Organ by Casavant Frères Ltd., 1960.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the Casavant Frères Archives via Stan Scheer
  9. Rainbow City, Alabama. Resurrection Episcopal Church. Organ by Gottfried C. Reck, 1999. (Originally built by Steiner-Reck Organ Co., 1974)
  10. Saugus, Massachusetts. First Parish, Universalist. Organ by William W. Laws, 0.
  11. Saxonville, Massachusetts. Edwards Church, U.C.C.. Organ by Cole Church Organ Co., 1905. (Originally built by Stevens & Co., 1852)
  12. Austin, Texas. University of Texas. Organ by Visser-Rowland Associates, 1983.
  13. Waycross, Georgia. Trinity Methodist Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1954.
    • Stoplist copied from the factory specifications via the OHS Archives
  14. Columbus, Ohio. Coliseum. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1919.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason March 1919
  15. Columbia, South Carolina. Reformation Lutheran Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1960.
    • Stoplist from the factory specifications via the OHS Archives
  16. Clairton, Pennsylvania. Wilson Presbyterian Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1946.
    • Stoplist from the factory specifications via the OHS Archives
  17. West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Village Congregational Church. Organ by Andover Organ Co., 1975. (Originally built by Wm. Johnson & Son, 1883)
  18. Cummington, Massachusetts. Village Congregational Church. Organ by Emmons Howard, 1903. (Originally built by Pomplitz Church Organ Co., 1875)
  19. Pendleton, Oregon. First Methodist Episcopal Church. Organ by W. W. Kimball Co., 1906.
  20. St. Louis, Missouri. Second Baptist Church. Organ by Midwest Organ Service, 1957. (Originally built by M. P. Möller, 1941)
    • Stoplist from the console and from the factory specifications via the OHS Archives
  21. Madison, Wisconsin. Madison Masonic Center. Organ by Wangerin Organ Co., 1924.
  22. York, Pennsylvania. Immaculate Conception of the BVM R.C. Church (St. Mary's). Organ by S.D.G. Pipe Organs, 2008. (Originally built by Pomplitz Church Organ Co., 1885)
  23. Nelson, Minnesota. Fahlun Lutheran (Swedish). Organ by Hillgreen, Lane & Co., 1907.
  24. New York City: Queens, New York. St. Josaphat R.C. Church. Organ by Elsener Organ Works, Inc., 2011. (Originally built by Estey Organ Co., 1938)
  25. Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts. Unitarian Church. Organ by Hook & Hastings, 1904.
  26. Tyler, Texas. First Baptist Church. Organ by Dan Garland, 1987.