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Cathedral of St. Paul reinstalls pipe organs

By admin in Media on 09/14/2017

Quimby Pipe Organ workers are installing two fully restored historic pipe organs in the Cathedral of St. Paul’s sanctuary and choir gallery. The two organs total seventy-one ranks, eighty stops and contain 4,560 pipes.

The installation of the E.M. Skinner and AEolian-Skinner organs, which were first installed in 1927, will be repositioned behind the main alter inside the cathedral and will take nearly three months to complete. The first sounding of the organ will be at the Easter Vigil on Saturday, March 30th at 8 p.m.

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