Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Casavant pipe organ
The varied sounds contribute of the Casavant pipe organ fill the sanctuary during worship. The organ has over 3,000 pipes. The smallest is the size of a pencil, and the largest is 32 feet tall. Built in 1975, its tonal design encompasses the traditional sounds of the Baroque organ of 17th Century Germany and the Romantic organ of 19th Century France. A unique feature of the instrument is the Trumpet En Chamade, mounted over the choir loft. The four manual console is equipped with a memory system allowing for over one hundred pre-set registrations.