Updated through online information from Jim Barry. -- The organ was sold in April 2015 to the United Methodist Church in Babylon, Long Island, NY. The organ will be removed from the Hartt Organ Studio beginning May 11, 2015, and taken to Foley-Baker, Inc. (Tolland, CT), where it will be refitted for the new location.
The installation in NY will be behind the current organ case (the present organ will be removed).
Updated through online information from John Igoe. -- URL is from radio station web page May 2015), which notes that organ has been sold to "a Methodist Church" in Babylon, NY.
Updated through online information from Stephen Hall. -- Sold to a United Methodist Church in Babylon, New York (per WNPR, CT)
Updated through online information from James R. Barry.
An original installation. Identified by James R. Barry, based on personal knowledge of the organ. -- After serving as the principal organ at the Hartt School for 45 years, the instrument was removed and stored during the summer of 2015 to make room for an expanded recital hall. The organ was dedicated in four concerts between September 13 and October 25, 1970. The first concert was performed by Hartt organ faculty: Edward Clark, Elizabeth Sollenberger and John Holtz (chair of the department). The remaining dedication concerts featured Marie-Claire Alain, Albert Russell, and Robert Noehren. The organ was featured for many years in the annual Contemporary Organ Festival organized by John Holtz.
Organ Case and Console in Room 21 (Organ Studio): (in Room 21/organ studio, ca. 1970); image courtesy of James R. Barry.