Casavant Frères Ltée., Opus 3643, 1988

The organ of First Presbyterian Church is a 4-manual, 77 rank instrument built by Casavant Freres in 1988, and contains nearly 4,400 individual pipes. The organ is located in the rear gallery of the church in front of the historic Willet stained glass window visible from Sixth Avenue. A central Baroque-style case containing the Chouer, Grand Orgue, and Positif divisions is flanked on both sides with cases containing the Recit and Pedale divisions of the organ.

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