To be replaced by 3-manual 58-stop Noack Op. 164 in 2021.
Updated through online information from Bruce Ludwick, Jr.
In 2014, the console was put on a movable platform to enable use from the center of the gallery. Recent structural studies indicate this is unwise, so console has been returned to the original position.
Organ suffers from failing zinc and bad languids in 1/3-1/2 of the organ and is in severe need of a rebuild, especially as it is used daily and for all services with music.
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- The Chancel division was fully portable, and it was playable from its own 2 manuals with 11 speaking stops. The manuals folded-down to allow easy passage through a standard doorway, and it was often rolled into an adjacent chapel through the door on the right at the front of the Cathedral. When located in this chapel, it was disconnected from the main gallery organ and unplayable from the main 4-man. console.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner.
The original installation included a chancel organ playable from the gallery console. The Chancel organ was removed, but the gallery console still includes stops for it.
Nave, Gallery, and Organ Case: Photograph from a ca. 1990 Moller brochure in the collection of James R. Stettner. Taken on 1986-06-30