In 1976, the Berkshire Organ Company undertook a major tonal renovation and supplied a new console. The tonal pallet was recast along more classic lines. In 1985, a visually and aurally impressive Festival Trumpet stop, positioned in the rear gallery in en-chamade position, was built by the Trivo Company, and installed by E. A. Kelley Associates. This addition, coupled with the Berkshire renovation, brought the organ to a total of thirty ranks of pipes. In the late 1980s, the Church Council was apprised that extensive repairs and renovations would be necessary to address the tonal and mechanical deficiencies of the instrument, either ignored or not recognized in previous organ renovations. Subsequently, an Organ Committee was formed and their work continued for several years, culminating in May 1996 with the dedication of Opus 11 of the Faucher Organ Company of Biddeford, Maine. -- from "The First Parish Organ," history document via church website
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