Built for Hillside Presbyterian Church in Orange, New Jersey. As rebuilt by Peragallo in 2011-12, the instrument incorporates the restored Aeolian-Skinner pipes and chests, plus several additional ranks, all installed behind a new façade in the gallery. Peragallo also added a Chancel division with ten digital stops by Walker Technical Co. There are two consoles: a movable three-manual drawknob console usually positioned in the west aisle near the chancel, and a three-manual rocking-tablet console in the gallery.
This organ is known as the Paul Creston Memorial Organ, honoring the composer Paul Creston (1906-1985) who was organist at St. Malachy's from 1934-1967.
The inaugural concerts were given at 11 p.m. (post-theatre) on the four Fridays of October 2012. Presenting the concerts were organists Jon Johnson (Nashville), Michael Hey (New York City), Vince Carr (Newark), and Christa Miller (Houston).
Updated through online information from AP.
Identified through online information from Stephen Hall.