In 2002, a Heissler tracker pipe organ made of solid oak was installed. It has 1,600 pipes, 24 stops and 31 ranks, three manuals, including a coupling manual, a computer memory system and a Zimbelstern. This organ was built to the specifications of Robert Setzer, faculty organ instructor, consultant and major donor for this project. It was assembled in Markelsheim, Germany, disassembled, packed and shipped. It was reassembled here in our Music Center from December 2001 through February 2002 by Darwin Klug of Heissler in America. The only electronics in the organ are in the air pump, stop action and the very versatile memory, with 256 separate settings available for different applications.
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