Pipe Organ

 

 Cathedral Pipe Organ

The Cathedral Organ was built by Robert L. Sipe of Dallas, Texas, and installed during the summer of 2000 and dedicated on November 19, 2000. 
It is a three-manual instrument of 34 ranks, using electric slider action, with two enclosed divisions.  Designed in American Classic style, it is particularly suited to play and accompany an Anglican cathedral service, while being versatile for a wide range of solo literature.  Its voicing is notable for both warmth and clarity.
The organ is encased, with speaking facade pipes from the 16′ and 8′ Great and Pedal Open Diapasons, along with the horizontal Festival Trumpet.
The console is of oak, with keydesk of rosewood. The naturals are covered in authentic Mammoth Ivory; sharps are Ebony.
The organ is encased, with speaking facade pipes from the 16′ and 8′ Great and Pedal Open Diapasons, along with the horizontal Festival Trumpet.

Pipe Organ

 

Pipe Organ and Organist Dr. Jay Hershberger