The three manual, 33 rank, M.P. Moller Pipe organ, was dedicated on January 15, 1963. And has since been maintained by Kerner & Merchant Pipe Organ Builders of Syracuse, NY. It was one of the featured instruments during the 2014 Organ Historical Society Convention in Syracuse.
It was designed by Ernest White, formerly organist at the Episcopal Church of St. Mary the Virgin in New York City. At that time Mr. White was regarded as one of the great musicologist in this country.
James C. Lawrence, the present Organist & Choir Director, has said of this instrument "In its design Ernest White was ahead of his time. For a small organ, one can play any style of music from early Italian to modern French. It is a masterpiece, that perfectly fits the space for which it was designed, a careful marriage of room and sound."
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