When the organist sits down to play the Pipe Organ they create the melody and harmony for the rest of the congregation to follow. In most cases only a few individuals in the congregation have any idea how remarkable and complex their instrument is. The Pipe Organ consists of hundreds and often thousands of pipes equally controlled by as many electro-mechanical, pneumatic, tracker, and solid-state control systems. In many cases there is a three step pneumatic exhaust valve sounding each and every pipe being played.
We like to show and tell the congregation about their “King of Instruments” that often sits behind the facade and is rarely seen by the people that religiously sing along with it for generations.
- We open up the chamber(s), doors, and/or access panels for all to gaze into the inner workings of your Pipe Organ – a room very rarely seen by most
- A 30 minute presentation slideshow explaining the history, design, and workings of your pipe organ
- A 30 minute musical appreciation of the organ stops
- Question and Answer at the conclusion
If you are interested in learning more about our “Discover your Pipe Organ” program, please give us a call or fill out our contact form.