Trinity’s pipe organs include a mechanical-action organ by the famous Dutch firm Flentrop in 1977. This organ consists of 39 ranks over 3 manuals, and is located in a gallery at the rear of the cathedral nave.
A new Muller pipe organ was installed in the chancel in 2021. This instrument combines the Aeolian-Skinner organ built originally for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia with pipes from a Skinner organ at the Church of the Transfiguration in Cleveland, donated by the Diocese of Ohio, along with new pipework and mechanical components. It has 4 manuals and 51 ranks.
Detailed listings of the organ stops for each of our organs.Read More »
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