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Memorial plaques to lost organs

Started by organforumadmin, October 16, 2010, 10:32:04 PM

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It's rare to see gravestones or memorial plaques in memory of lost pipe organs. The one here is particularly poignant . . .

Does anyone know of any others? Please can you post photos here?

Here is the pipe display referred to:

The historic pipe instrument was replaced by a (then) top rate 3 manual analogue Johannus, which was inspirational enough for the top manual never to be used to the extent that its keys are stuck, for lack of use, and is now being replaced by a piano.

Pipe organs are so much more inspiratonal!

Best wishes




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For completeness:

Our Lady of the Annunciation in Queensbury, NY (RC Diocese of Albany)