We were delighted to be involved in the renovation of the organ in New York’s oldest public building, St Paul’s Chapel, Trinity Parish.
The three-manual instrument, built for the Church of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill, was transferred into the historic case of St Paul’s Chapel by Massachusetts organ builder Noack.
The organ received extensive modifications and upgrades, including a new swell enclosure. The team at Shires Organ Pipes made the new swell reeds, pedal trombone and facade pipes for this important project.
The console is now attached en fenêtre and the stoplist has remained very similar to the original. A video has been produced showing the installation of the organ and offering a demonstration of its capabilities.
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