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|Affordable Two-Manual Pipe Organs! A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Builders is very pleased to introduce our new line of affordable 2-manual pipe organs. These organs have been designed, engineered, and programmed for our CNC machine. Because of this investment, we are now able to offer them at very affordable rates. Click here for details, specifications, photos and cost information.|
|New Calendars are ready to download ! A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Builders is very pleased to make available the new Calendar featuring some of our latest work! Please click on the link at the Left. Calendars 2015-2016.|
Preserve a Georgia Peach! Victorian Era tracker pipe organ is being offered for just $139,950 to cover the cost of rebuilding to your specifications and installation. Help us find a home for this wonderful historic instrument!
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|We have added slide shows of production photos to our website. Some photos were already available on pages about specific organ projects, but we have made an effort to post more photos to provide an inside peek into the processes involved in the building and rebuilding of pipe organs and pipe organ consoles. More photos will be added as time allows.|
The A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company has been commissioned by Tallowood Baptist Church in Houston, Texas to complete a major renovation, tonal restructuring and completion of their new IV-manual instrument, built by another firm who began installation in 2008. The work will include a complete tonal redesign of the instrument and also will include replacement of all of the chancel organ expression shades, replacement or rebuilding of the entire winding system including new wind regulators, replacement of all of the organ tremolos, relocation of some of the pipework and chestwork for better tonal egress, major new additions and rank replacement, rebuilding or replacement of all of the organ reeds, design and installation of a new string organ division, console renovations, and a complete and thorough tonal finishing. The organ will have 93 pipe ranks when completed.
RECENT COVER ARTICLES featuring new Schlueter organs are now posted. Complete authorized copies of the article reprints are available using Adobe Reader to view or print the files for your convenience. Schlueter organs have been featured on the cover of eleven different issues of national industry trade journals, including The Diapason, The American Organist, and Theatre Organ magazines.
|A. E. Schlueter International Pipe Organ Builders now offers selected pipe organs for export to Japan, China and South Korea. Other countries are being added to this list. Click here to visit our web sites for these countries in their native languages.|
A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company is pleased
to announce the contract to build a new 50-rank pipe organ for Iglesia ni Cristo, Central Temple, in Quezon City, Philippines. The resources of this new instrument will be controllable from a IV-manual drawknob console. A unique feature will be that the several divisions of the organ will have organ chambers with contiguous openings into side chapels which can be closed off from the main Temple to allow the organ to also be playable as two separate, albeit smaller, two-manual instruments. To provide support for worship in this grand and prodigious space, we will make use of generous scales and higher wind pressures.
|Please join us in welcoming John Green to our staff, serving as V.P. of International Sales and Marketing. John has been in the music business for over 40 years, and for 17 years was involved in international marketing. The son of a Methodist pastor, John was raised in the realm of church music; he played the piano at age 5, and began organ studies at 13. For many decades John has been a regular church organist, currently at Rose City Park United Methodist Church in Portland, Oregon, USA. He and his wife, Kathy, have been married for 40 years, have three grown children and three grandchildren.|
We are very fortunate to welcome Mr. Lim Chin Kai, B.C.M, M. Mus., as our Regional V.P. of Sales, for Southeast Asia and Taiwan. Involved in church music for over 20 years, Mr. Lim studied organ with Dr. Margaret Chen in Singapore, Professor Paul Jenkins at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and received his M. Mus. from the University of Louisville, studying with Professor Melvin Dickinson. Based in Singapore, he is the Managing Director of Sonata Music House, the Director of Music at St. Andrew's Cathedral since 1992, and Lecturer at Singapore Bible College. In this photo, Mr. Lim Chin Kai sits at the organ console of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, with Mr. Arthur E. Schlueter, Jr., President and founder of A.E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Co.
A. E. Schlueter Pipe Organ Company, Inc. manufactures some of the highest quality consoles in the United States. We can repair or rebuild your present console or construct a new console suited to the exact needs of your instrument. Patterned after the timeless designs of Aeolian-Skinner, every one of our custom consoles is "hand built" to ensure the best possible console for your instrument. Visit our console page for more information.
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St. Louis, Missouri
Rendering of new 3-manual,
38-rank instrument to be built and installed.
Advent Lutheran Church
Friendship Baptist Church
New facade and rebuild of 3-manual,
Restoration of 4-Manual, 60-rank Aeolian-Skinner
Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
Rebuild with new facade and additions
3-manual, 25-rank instrument
Charlotte, North Carolina
First United Methodist Church
St. Mary Catholic Church
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