Updated by Thomas T Becker, who maintains the organ.
Brunner & Associates LLC is somehow being presented as having rebuilt the organ. This is not the case. The last rebuild occurred in the '80s by Gundling Organ Company, now defunct. In 2005, a lightning strike destroyed the Gundling installed Solid-State system. R. J. Brunner & Co. contracted with the cathedral to replace the Solid-State system and make some console changes. No work has been done to the organ proper since Gundling did their last rebuild.
Updated through online information from Nicholas Basehore. -- The information on the stop list submitted by Evan Brickner is incorrect. The original instrument is not Austin Op. 1295, 1925. The original is Austin Op. 175, 1906. I have a photocopy of the original contract from Austin, signed by Austin representative Herbert Brown, and Harrisburg Bishop J. W. Shanahan.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.
Identified through on-line information from Nicholas Basehore. -- Rebuild of Austin organ previously modified in 1951 (Gundling), 1980s and 1990s. Console is prepared for Sanctuary and Sanctuary Pedal divisions. Peterson ICS-4000 control system. Harris stopknob action.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on April 09, 2020.