Updated by Otto W. Pebworth, the builder.
The organ was originally built by Gress-Miles as II/14 for the Arlington Presbyterian Church in Arlington, Virginia. In 2005, the console was replaced with a digital instrument by Ahlborn-Galanti, the new console controlled the original Swell manual from the Choir manual, and the new Swell consisted entirely of digital voices. When Arlington Presbyterian sold their building in 2016, the organ was given to Calvary Presbyterian in Alexandra, Virginia. The organ was in storage for two years, then installed by Otto Pebworth with assistance from Richard Maryman. Ralph Spoettle assisted with the digital portion. In the current configuration, the Swell manual controls the pipes under expression and the Choir is now all digital.We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on December 18, 2018.
This is a new home for an organ that was altered when it was moved from another location.
Identified by Otto W. Pebworth
This was a Project in Cooperation with Ralph Spoettle of Sound/Organ Design, Virginia Beach, VA., who handled the Digital Installation, Modification, and Voicing Work on the AG-3200 Console.