This subcategory includes sites devoted to the history of individual pipe organs, styles, regions or builders.
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Atlantic City Convention Hall Organs
Photographs and a brief history by Arthur Goulet.
The Boston University Symphonic Organ
Photographs, stoplist, history and directions.
The Cavaille-Coll Organ of Manchester Town Hall
History, photographs and specifications of the 1877 organ.
Church of Santa Maria della Consolazione in Almenno San Salvatore
English/Italian site of about the 1588 Antegnait organ. Information about the church, the instrument and its builder.
Friends of the Wanamaker Organ
Illustrated history and specifications of the John Wanamaker Grand Court Organ in Philadelphia's Lord and Taylor Store. Details on the historic Wanamaker Store and its founders, as well as special concerts, publications and activities.
The Gottfried Silbermann Organ Museum
Museum hours and information (including map), life of Silbermann, many photographs.
Institute of Historic Organs of Oaxaca Mexico
Non-profit organization that works to preserve Oaxaca's historic pipe organs. List of goals, newsletters, details of historic instruments.
Lawrence Phelps and Associates
History of firm with opus list, selected articles, and profile of Phelps' wife, Dame Gillian Weir.
Notre Dame, Paris
Very brief description of organ.
Organs of the Casparini Dynasty
Extensive information about instruments and builders, including Casparini, Engler Gabler and J. Wagner. Also German-only description of organs in Koenigsberg, Prussia.
The Silbermann Organ in Freiberg Cathedral, Saxony
Description, photos, full specification of 1714 instrument. Profile of Gottfried Silbermann (1683-1753). Information about other Silbermann organs.
St. Sulpice, Paris
The great instrument built by Cliquot and substantially reconstructed by Cavaillé-Coll. History, specification, discography, concert schedule.
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