Currently, the 1911 Casavant organ in St. Pauls- is one of only a few remaining, pristine and operating tubular pneumatic pipe organs in Canada. In 2011, it was officially recognized as a "Category A,â€ historic pipe organ by the Historic Organ Committee of the Royal Canadian College of Organists.
Identified through online information from Stephen Hall. -- Designated as a Class A Heritage instrument by the Royal Canadian College of Organists. In original condition other than addition of electric blower (manual bellows was retained and is still usable). Contains some pipes from previous instrument dating to 1840s. Information from on-line article in North Umberland View dated 11/03/2011, accessed 11/05/2011.
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