AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS
REGION IV CONVENTION

Birmingham, Alabama
July 6-9, 1997


Convention Instruments

Birmingham area schools and churches boast a variety of fine instruments. The organs that will be used during Convention '97 are listed below, along with very brief descriptions. Following the highlighted links will show you more detailed descriptions, full stoplists, and one or more photographs. These detailed pages are being completed in a random order as photographs and stoplists are made available to the site manager. If you find some information missing, check back in a few weeks!

The instruments are listed in the order in which they will be heard at the convention.



First United Methodist Church, Birmingham. Schantz Organ, 1960.
A four-manual electro-pneumatic organ.

Cathedral Church of the Advent (Episcopal). Möller Organ, 1988.

St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Holtkamp Organ.

Our Lady of Sorrows Church, Roman Catholic. Kenneth Jones Organ.
A three-manual mechanical-action instrument installed in 1985.

Beeson Chapel, Samford University. Létourneau Organ, 1995.

Cathedral of St. Paul, Roman Catholic. Möller Organ.

Birmingham-Southern College. Casavant Organ, 1987.
A three-manual mechanical-action instrument.

Moody Music Building, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. Holtkamp Organ, 1988.
A four-manual mechanical-action instrument. Independent Presbyterian Church. E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner/Möller Organ. 1925-94.

Southside Baptist Church. Holtkamp Organ, 1969.

Briarwood Presbyterian Church. Casavant Organ, 1988.



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