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. Dallas, Texas. St. Matthew's Episcopal Cathedral. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1923.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason January 1924
  2. Chattanooga, Tennessee. Brainerd United Methodist Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1965.
    • Stoplist from the factory specifications
  3. New York City: Manhattan, New York. Second Church of Christ, Scientist. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1928.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason May 1928
  4. Shreveport, Louisiana. First Baptist Church. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1922.
    • Stoplist from the factory ledger via the OHS Archives
  5. Chattanooga, Tennessee. First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Organ by Allen Organ Co., 2019. (Originally built by Fratelli Ruffatti, 1980)
    • Stoplist courtesy of Allen Organ Studios of Atlanta
  6. Pembroke, Canada. Zion Lutheran Church. Organ by Casavant Frères Ltd., 1969.
  7. New York City: Manhattan, New York. Madison Avenue Baptist Church. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1931.
    • Stoplist copied from The American Organist November 1932
  8. New York City: Manhattan, New York. First Reformed Episcopal Church. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1932.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason November 1930
  9. Palos Verdes Estates, California. Residence: William Ripley Dorr. Organ by Hall Organ Co., 0.
    • Stoplist copied from The American Organist February 1930
  10. Scranton, Pennsylvania. Masonic Temple, Scottish Rite. Organ by Austin Organ Co., 1930.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason February 1930
  11. Memphis, Tennessee. Bellevue Baptist Church. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1923.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason June 1923
  12. Grand Rapids, Michigan. Third Reformed Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1954.
  13. Buffalo, New York. Trinity Episcopal Church. Organ by Hook & Hastings, 1896.
  14. Zanesville, Ohio. St. Nicholas' RC. Organ by Bunn=Minnick Co., 1979. (Originally built by Austin Organ Co., 1914)
  15. Dover, Ohio. First Moravian Church. Organ by Bunn=Minnick Co., 1996. (Originally built by Reuter Organ Co., 1949)
  16. Strasburg, Ohio. St. John's Evangelical Church. Organ by M. P. Möller, 1920.
  17. Dover, Ohio. Grace Lutheran Church. Organ by Theodore Kuhn, 1960.
  18. San Francisco, California. Star of the Sea R. C. Church. Organ by Robert Morton Organ Co., 1922.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason December 1922
  19. New Britain, Connecticut. St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Organ by E.M. Skinner Co., Inc., 1922.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason October 1922
  20. Washington, District of Columbia. Representative Methodist Episcopal Church South. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1919.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason July 1919
  21. Washington, District of Columbia. Franciscan Monastery Church of the Holy Land. Organ by Henry Pilcher's Sons, 1929.
    • Stoplist copied from The American Organist April 1930
  22. Moline, Illinois. First Swedish Lutheran Church. Organ by Bennett Organ Co., 1918.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason July 1918
  23. Dubuque, Iowa. Holy Ghost R.C. Church. Organ by Wangerin-Weickhardt Co., 1922.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason January 1923
  24. Dubuque, Iowa. Sacred Heart R.C. Church. Organ by Wangerin-Weickhardt Co., 1922.
    • Stoplist copied from The Diapason January 1923
  25. Buffalo, New York. St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral. Organ by Hook & Hastings, 1889.