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Organs at Michigan

Practice Organs

The University of Michigan recognizes the pipe organ as the only instrument suitable for practice and performance of the organ repertoire. Students enrolled for organ instruction may rehearse on the instruments in Hill Auditorium (E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner), Blanche Anderson Moore Hall (C. B. Fisk), the School of Public Health Community Room (Orgues Létourneau), the organ teaching studios (Möller and Reuter organs), and the following organ practice rooms:

Hill Auditorium, Room 3373: A. David Moore, North Pomfret, Vermont, 2 manual/pedal, 4 stops, suspended mechanical action

Hill Auditorium, Room 3377: A. David Moore, North Pomfret, Vermont, 2 manual/pedal, 4 stops, suspended mechanical action

Hill Auditorium, Room 3315: M. P. Möller, Hagerstown, Maryland, 2 manual/pedal, 3-rank unit organ, electro-pneumatic action

Burton Tower: Two practice organs by Aeolian-Skinner Co., Boston, Massachusetts, 2 manual/pedal, 2-rank unit organs, electro-pneumatic action

Moore Building, Room 1032: Reuter Organ Co., Lawrence, Kansas, 2 manual/pedal, 3-rank unit organ, electro-pneumatic action

Moore Building, Room 1034: Reuter Organ Co., Lawrence, Kansas, 2 manual/pedal, 3-rank unit organ, electro-pneumatic action

Moore Building, Room 1036: M. P. Möller, Hagerstown, Maryland, 2 manual/pedal, 3-rank unit organ, electro-pneumatic action

Moore Building, Room 1038: M. P. Möller, Hagerstown, Maryland, 2 manual/pedal, 3-rank unit organ, electro-pneumatic action

 

 

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