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  • Darth-Car
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    Patrick is a very nice guy to work with, and his prices are quite reasonable. He has a great deal of Rodgers experience, and I am betting that he has put together more than one electronic / pipe hybrid instrument. I am sure he could take what is there, and make it a fantastic instrument for the modern day.

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  • myorgan
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    Thank you for the information, Bill.

    Michael

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  • voet
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    Hi Michael,

    Patrick J. Murphy in Stowe, PA does a lot of this sort of work. You might want to contact him. He found, restored and relocated an older organ for a church that I once served. He does good work. Good luck.

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  • myorgan
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    Pipe Organ Relocation

    Folks,

    This isn't really a classified, rather, it is trying to match two needy parties.

    A church in New England has recently sold, but the buyer doesn't want the 3/31(33?) pipe organ. I learned about it at Symphony this past weekend, and one of the church members asked me how to find someone who would be interested.

    I believe the organ was originally an Austin with walk-in reservoir, but the organ has been rebuilt a couple of times since (Berkshire and 1 other), so I'm not sure what changes have been made.

    I have recommended the Pipe Organ Clearinghouse, Theatre Organ Classifieds, Diapason Classifieds, AGO Classifieds, and this Forum. How else would you recommend a person find a new location for the organ?

    Michael
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