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2016-2017 Projects

NEW ORGANS:

Grace Presbyterian Church, Plano, Texas:

A new 3-manual and pedal pipe organ of 25 ranks, consisting of 4 divisions: Great, Swell, Choir/Positiv, and Pedal. The console will be of terraced design, resulting in low profile.

First Baptist Church of Christ, Macon, Georgia:

New 3-manual and pedal pipe organ of 49 ranks and 4 divisions. The console will be traditional drawknob style.

 

NEW CONSOLES, REBUILDS AND ADDITIONS:

First Bryan Baptist Church, Savannah, Georgia: Complete rebuild and restoration of 3-manual tracker organ built in 1856 by Henry Knauff of Phildelphia, PA. This instrument of 53 ranks and 2403 pipes is the largest of only 9 remaining organs in the United States by this builder. We are currently working to obtain funding for this project by letter of authorization from the church to do so.

 

First Baptist Church, Thomasville, Georgia: New Blower. Rebuild console and additions. Rework/rebuild collapsing facade pipes.

 

First Baptist Church, Newnan, Georgia: New 3-manual terraced drawknob console. All existing reeds cleaned and refurbished.

 

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Herndon, Virginia : New pedal division reservoir plus adding digital voices.

 

First United Methodist Church, Wetumpka, Alabama: Clean and restore entire organ and console after Sanctuary ceiling collapse. Original organ is a 2-manual Pilcher of 10 ranks built in 1910.


Rose Hill Baptist Church, Columbus, Georgia: Replacement of Great, Choir, Swell and Pedal relays in the console and chambers due to lightning damage.


First United Methodist Church, Chamblee, Georgia: New Console and rebuild of 3-manual 34 rank Moller, originally built in 1982.


First United Methodist Church, Tifton, Georgia: Re-leathering of 3-manual 33 rank Schantz, originally built in 1967.


St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Carrollton, Georgia:New III Console and Relays. Adding SDSS system (digital voices).


First Presbyterian Church, Hilton Head, South Carolina:New IV manual terrace-style drawknob console and additions to existing organ.

Williams Chapel AME, Orangeburg, South Carolina:Additions.


Atlanta Chapter American Theater Organ Society:New windchests for Page Organ Project