Installed as 2/24 tubular-pneumatic Casavant Op. 249 in 1906; Op. 1564 was for a rebuild as electro-pneumatic, new console and tonal changes; renovation and additions in 1955; the cathedral website says: In 2002, the Calgary Universal Foundation for the Organ generously provided funds for the complete restoration of the instrument, including the replacement of the electro-pneumatic combination system with a solid state switching system and solid state logic combination system of 128 levels of memory. The present instrument consists of 39 stops over three manuals and pedal.
Identified through information in Casavant documents, courtesy of Simon Couture and Denis Blaine. The tonal director was Stephen Stoot. The cost was $ 5,450.00.
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