Central United Methodist Church
201 E. Third Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37917 US
Organ ID: 4672
Important Historical Fact: The national conference that reunified the Methodist Episcopal Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, to become the Methodist Church was held at this church in 1939.
Updated through online information from Tim Lett. -- The organ had restoration work performed in early 2012. The Harp is functional after a 30 year silence. The antiphonal is fully functional.
Updated through online information from Tim Lett.
Updated through online information from Tim Lett. -- Main organ consists of 37 ranks, gallery organ consists of five ranks. The organ contains a Harp that is currently disabled. Instrument replaced a 2 manual 8 rank Wurlitzer theatre organ originally installed in the Riviera Theatre in Knoxville. The Wurlitzer was the first organ in the current sanctuary. Dedicatory recital on the Möller was performed by Dr. John Weaver.
Updated through online information from James R. Stettner. -- Eleven-sectional facade spanning the full width of the chancel has 69 white pipes with yellow mouths arranged: 5-7-5-5-5-15-5-5-5-7-5.
Updated through online information from Bradley Jones.
Card says there's a 1950s EP Moller in gallery where this organ is supposed to be.