Updated by Amos Jones, who has heard or played the organ.
There are now 32 manuals, and this is considered a Moeller-LeTourneau in church publications. The longtime organist is Dr. Paula Harrell, the second black woman in history to earn a D.M.A. in organ performance.
Information on Moeller-LeTourneau designation received from congregation\'s October 2018 Bach-s Lunch Organ Recital Series program available online.
Updated through online information from Jeff Scofield.
Updated through online information from Scott Crowell. -- Organ renovated by Letourneau in the late 1990's.
Information received from Stephen J. Schnurr identifies this as Opus 6792 (ca. 1940), described in Möller documents as having three manuals and 54 registers.
Identified through on-line information from James R. Stettner. -- I have in my possession an organ recital program from Sunday, March 23, 1941. It was the 12th Program in the Second Series of organ recitals. The performer was Edward Hall Broadhead of Duke University. The program listed the church name but no city or state, the resident organist's name, and the pastor's name. A web search revealed it to be this church. The program gives the stoplist, but without a pipe analysis or couplers and other registrational aids.
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