Pipe Organs of New York City

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The wikigallery for Pipe Organs of New York City - until all images are here, please refer to this website.

Catholic Churches[edit]

Cathedral of Saint Patrick[edit]

The current organ here was built by Geo. Kilgen & Son. of St. Louis, Mo. It has two 5m consoles, 206s, 142r. No picture of the Chancel case is available. Click here for more information.

Church of All Saints[edit]

The organ here was built by Welte-Tripp Organ CO. of Sound Beach, Conn. It has 4m, 69s, 70r. Click here for more information.

Church of the Ascension[edit]

The organ here was built by Ernest A. Lucas, JR of Belmore, NY. It has 3m, 43s, 53r. Click here for more information.

Church of the Blessed Sacrament[edit]

The organ here was built by Casavant Frères, Limitée of St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada. It has 3m, 56s, 46r. Click here for more information.

Corpus Christi Church[edit]

The organ here was built by the Holtkamp Organ Company of Cleveland, OH. It has 3m, 23s, 29r. Click here for more information.

Church of the Epiphany[edit]

The organ here was built by the Delaware Organ Company of Tonawanda, NY. It has 3m, 33s, 39r. Click here for more information.

Church of the Good Shepherd[edit]

The organ here was built by M. P. Möller, Inc of Hagerstown, MD. It has 2m, 26r, 16s, and 8r. Click here for more information.

Church of the Holy Cross[edit]

The organ here was built by Æolian-Skinner Organ Company of Boston, Ma. It has 3m, 25r, 29r, 1,915p.

Church of the Holy Family[edit]

The organ here was built by the Robert M. Turner Organ Company of Hacienda Heights, CA. It has 5m, 96s, 69r. For more information, click here.

Church of the Holy Name of Jesus[edit]

The organ here was built by the M.P. Möller organ company of Hagerstown, Md. It has 4m, 68s, 76r. For more information, click here.

Church of the Holy Trinity[edit]

The organ here was built by Orgues Létourneau Ltée of St. Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada. It has 3m, 34s, 38r. For more information, click here.