Grace Church, Anniston – Pipework Assembly
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Grace Church, Anniston – Pipework Assembly

07:04 26 June in Church Organs, Current Projects, Renovations & Restorations

Shop crew assembling pipework on the Great Division. 

Now that the windchests have been re-leathered and all pipework has been cleaned, pipes can be re-set onto their respective divisions.  The entire organ will be reassembled in place.  Once the console renovations are complete, it will be reconnected to the organ’s chassis.

All newly-built and renovated instruments are thoroughly test and debugged at our shop.  After testing, the organ will be disassembled, securely packed for transport then reassembled at Grace Episcopal Church in Anniston, Alabama.  Here we will voice and tune the organ in its home environment.

pipe organ installing pipes



Parkey OrganBuilders can rebuild and expand your instrument, too!

Ask for Phil Parkey at 678-296-6693 or email Mr. Parkey at [email protected].

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