“How’s this for beautiful?”
This Möller organ packs a powerful and versatile tonal concept into a small number of stops. With half of the Great stops under expression, four reeds, Open Wood Diapason, and harp, the instrument includes the important resources of a much larger organ. And as it was conceived for a large space and provided with a grand case, this organ may well be an economical solution for a large church with limited resources. Ray Brunner, Pennsylvania organbuilder who restored this instrument, tells us that “you have to hear it to believe it.” It’s a spectacular example of the best work of this venerable and prolific organbuilder.