"The case of this three-stop chamber organ, as well as the pipes of its flute stops, are made of American black walnut. The natural keys are made of ebony with gilt arcades, and the sharps are of boxwood capped with bone. Heraldry of All Saints' and St. Cecilia is displayed within the gilt pipeshades carved by the builder. There is an exterior transposing device that allows the instrument to play at A=440 or A=415. The organ is at home in the Memorial Chapel, but casters allow it to be moved to the church's two other worship spaces. The instrument is a gift of parishioner Travis E. Reed III in memory of his grandparents. It was dedicated on All Saints' Day, 1992, by the Bishop of Los Angeles and used later that day in a performance of Handel's Alexander's Feast." (The American Organist)
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