The OHS Pipe Organ Database

The list below contains links to stoplists that have been added to the Pipe Organ Database in recent weeks, with the most recent user-contributions appearing first in the list.

  1. Descriptions of organs are links to the Organ Details page, which will open in another window or tab.
    • Titles of documents are links to the stoplist file itself. Depending on your device and its settings, either the stoplist will open in another window/tab, or it will be downloaded and opened by another application altogether.

 

  1. Chattanooga, Tennessee. Second Presbyterian Church. Organ by Barger and Nix, 2017. (Originally built by , 1959)
    • Stoplist copied from the console February 17, 2020
  2. Hudson, Ohio. St. Mary R.C. Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1969.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the OHS Archives
  3. Chattanooga, Tennessee. First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1934.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the OHS Archives
  4. Brentwood, Tennessee. Brentwood United Methodist Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1991.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the OHS Archives
  5. St. Petersburg, Florida. First Presbyterian Church. Organ by Reuter Organ Co., 2018. (Originally built by Reuter Organ Co., 1967)
    • Stoplist courtesy of Jack Rain
  6. Lincoln, Nebraska. St. Patrick's R.C. Church. Organ by Bedient Pipe Organ Company, 2019. (Originally built by Pfeffer & Son, 1877)
  7. Alamosa, Colorado. Trinity Lutheran Church. Organ by Layton Organs, Inc., 1979. (Originally built by Kilgen, 1930)
  8. La Canada, California. St. Bede the Venerable R.C. Church. Organ by Laukhuff, 1978.
  9. Houston, Texas. St. Theresa R.C. Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1959.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the OHS Archives
  10. Orlando, Florida. Residence: Mr. & Mrs. John Baker. Organ by Schlicker Organ Co., 1960.
  11. Appleton, Wisconsin. Lawrence University. Organ by Charles M. Ruggles (Pipe Organs), 1986.
  12. Fort Wayne, Indiana. Concordia Senior College / Concordia Theological Seminary. Organ by Roderer Organ Co., 1971.
  13. Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. Harris United Methodist Church. Organ by Terrence P. Schoenstein, 2006. (Originally built by M. P. Möller, 1980)
    • Stoplist from stopjamb photos on the organworks.com website
  14. Noblesville, Indiana. First Presbyterian Church. Organ by Miller Pipe Organ Co. / Miller Organ Service, LLC, 2003. (Originally built by W. W. Kimball Co., 1900)
    • Stoplist copied from the console by Tom Nichols
  15. Champaign, Illinois. University Lutheran Church. Organ by W. Zimmer & Sons, Inc., 1993.
  16. Greendale, Wisconsin. St. Stephen the Martyr Lutheran Church. Organ by Wicks Organ Co., 1968.
  17. Denton, Texas. University of North Texas. Organ by Schudi Organ Co., 2004. (Originally built by M. P. Möller, 1924)
    • Stoplist provided by Dr. Jesse Eschbach
  18. Acton Vale, Canada. St-André. Organ by Casavant, 1940.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the Casavant Frères Archives
  19. Trois-Rivières, Canada. L'Academie-de-la-Salle. Organ by Casavant Frères Ltd., 1940.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the Casavant Frères Archives
  20. St-Alban, Canada. St-Alban. Organ by Casavant, 1940.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the Casavant Frères Archives
  21. Ottawa, Canada. St-Jean-Baptiste. Organ by Casavant, 1940.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the Casavant Frères Archives
  22. St-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Canada. St-François-de-Sales. Organ by Casavant Frères Ltd., 1940.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the Casavant Frères Archives
  23. Upton, Canada. St-Ephrem. Organ by Casavant Frères Ltd., 1940.
    • Stoplist courtesy of the Casavant Frères Archives
  24. Port Colborne, Canada. St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Organ by Keates Organ Co., 1977.
  25. Kingston, Pennsylvania. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Organ by Unknown Builder, . (Originally built by M. P. Möller, 1929)
    • Stoplist copied from the console
  26. Williamsburg, Virginia. William & Mary College. Organ by Unknown Builder, 1750.