Information from The Wurlitzer Pipe Organ â€“ An Illustrated History by David L. Junchen (comp. & ed. Jeff Weiler). The American Theatre Organ Society, 2005.
Wurlitzer "Style RJ11"
Wurlitzer Style RJ11
Factory date: September 29, 1930
Sold to First Evangelical Free Church, Brooklyn, New York (1962). Roll player removed
Sold to Terry Hochmuth for his residence in Truro, Massachusetts (2006). Original roll player found and connected.
Restored by Charles Kegg in 2018 for installation in Kegg Pipe Organ Builders factory, Hartville, Ohio.
This entry describes an original installation of a new pipe organ. Identified by James R. Stettner, based on information learned from a conversation with Terry Hochmuth (present organ owner).
The organ is a style RJ11. The seven ranks are: 16' Tibia Clausa, 16' Concert Flute, 8' Open Diapason, 8' Salicional, 8' Voix Celeste (tc), 8' Oboe Horn, and 8' Vox Humana. About 1962, the organ was relocated to the First Evangelical Free Church in Brooklyn, N.Y. In 2005, it was purchased by Terry Hochmuth of Maine. In 2011, he installed it in his home after thorough restoration.
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