Updated through online information from Olivia Margaret Ontko. -- Organ is located in front gallery-level chambers with facade pipes visible behind three wrought-iron grilles. Console is located in the rear gallery.
Updated through online information from Stephen Hall. -- Has been used in the Piccolo Spoleto Festival. The console was relocated to the gallery to provide more room in the choir loft. Organ in regular use for services (2007).
Updated through online information from William Rowland. -- This organ console is very unusual. There are no stop knobs, nothing that even begins to look like traditional stop pulls or devices. Instead there are push buttons one pushes to bring on or take off a stop. These buttons work in concert with combination actions.
"Previous organs: 1829 Appleton destroyed in 1886 earthquake; 1887 Felgemaker burned in 1945; 1947 Austin, rebuilt by Schantz in 1979, altered in 1938 by Ontko & Young, destroyed in hurricane Hugo 1989;"
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