The apparently increasing decline of interest in organs is depressing. I think it's associated with a lack of familiarity and a failure of the Church, which is why in the pasty I have encouraged philosophical contemplation of theology and a rebellion against the evangelical simplitism of the 1970s to encourage something deeper. Such, indeed is encouraged "When we are a child we see as a child . . . etc . . . but then we put away childish things. . . . We see as through a glass darkly but then face to face."
The problem is that because none are encouraged to grow from the child view and the child view doesn't measure up to really what is the source of creation of all, it's rejected. For this reason the modern church is empty, barren of meaning in common sense and experience, and dying.
If there's one organ in the world which demonstrates why organs, and the source of creation too, should not be neglected it's https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNyU8Lw8-Ic