An Organ is a Reasonable Thing
Building an organ is like building a house: both involve dreaming, planning, drawing, sawing, finishing, assembling, and enjoying. Both last a very, very long time. Both can be remodeled. Both can be begun small and added to as needs change and the family grows. Neither depreciates in value over time.
We seek to be knowledgeable about all types of materials and processes used in organbuilding and to be cautious about introducing those which are unproven, especially in regard to reliability and longevity. We seek to build useful 20th Century American organs in response to a correct analysis of the needs of the specific congregation and location based on knowledge about different historic styles. We are members of the American Guild of Organists and the International Society of Organbuilders and have studied organs in Germany, France, England, and Holland.
Here are some examples of our work over the years. Click on a thumbnail below to see a larger photo, or select from the drop-down list above to access stoplists and more information on that organ.