The Organ List
Organs of Interest in the Upper Midwest
The New Organ List

Over many years, Dick Greene assembled a comprehensive list of over 2100 instruments, truly a remarkable resource which many of us use on a regular basis.  We will forever be in his debt and wish him all the best with the free time he will now have in full retirement.

The New Organ List is a work in progress. I am converting pages in city-name order, starting with Minnesota. If your city/organ is not found in The New Organ List, check The Old Organ List (below). You may need to press the reload symbol (on Chrome it's a partial circle on the upper left by the URL line).

Please continue to send new and old organs and corrections.  We try and publish a brief description of each organ with its builder and date, stoplist, along with pictures of the building, the console and a view of the pipes if possible.  

Eventually the old list (below) will be retired.

Conversion progress:

  • 03 April 2015: add Minnesota cities beginning with "A"
  • 27 April 2015: add Minnesota cities beginning with "B"
  • 19 April 2016: add Minnesota cities beginning with "C" and "D"
  • 02 May 2016: add Minnesota cities beginning with "E"
  • 02 January 2017: add all organs that will be in 2017 OHS National Convention
  • 29 April 2017: add Minnesota cities beginning with "F" and "G"
  • 31 May 2017: add University of Minnesota Skinner, with over 20 pictures
  • 04 July 2017: add Hamline Church and various other corrections
  • 06 September 2017: add Minnesota cities through "Howard Lake"
  • 07 September 2017: add remaining MN cities beginning with "H"
  • 28 August 2018: corrections and additions to Austin and Duluth, MN cities thru Kiester
  • 30 August 2018: add Minnesota cities through "L"
  • 14 September 2018: add Minnesota through Mankato
  • 21 October 2018: add Minnesota through Moorhead; some corrections to Duluth
  • 12 March 2019: additions and corrections: New Ulm, Roseville, White Bear Lake

David Engen

The Old Organ List






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