Classified Ads

This section is designed to facilitate contact between buyers and sellers of goods and services that are of interest to AGO members and visitors to the AGO website. We invite you to use this new section as your primary medium to place or search for classified advertisements regarding pipe and electronic organs, publications, recordings or any other category of items that would be of interest to the community of professional organists. Submit your classified ad here. Job Postings are not placed in this area—see Positions Available.

Pipe Organs

Gress-Miles organ classified adGress-Miles Pipe Organ
Gress-Miles (1971), tonally refinished 1982 with various alterations over the years. Approximately 13 ranks, and more versatile than it appears on paper. Fully functional and ready to move late 2015 in preparation for Juget-Sinclair opus 45. Introductory video: https://youtu.be/T0mySvu7Yqc or search “Gress Miles Pipe Organ for Sale” on youtube. Brief specification 16.8.8.5.4.2.III.16.8.4.G.S / 8.8.4.3.2.T.L.1.Tr / 16.8.8.4.2.IV.8.S Full specification and measurements in the “current instrument” section of www.kibelsbeck.com. All inquiries are welcome: erik.kibelsbeck@gmail.com. Price negotiable. (posted 6/16/2015)

Reuter classified adReuter 3-rank/2 manual for home/chapel
Late AGO elder’s home pipe organ started as Reuter Opus #389, rebuilt 1989 as 3-rank, 2 manual, full AGO pedalboard. Fits under 8-foot ceiling. GREAT: 8 Bourdon, 8 Salicional TC, 4 Prestant, 4 Houlzbourdon, 2 Fifteenth | SWELL: 8 Gedeckt, 8 Salicional TC, 4 Klein Gedeckt, 4 Violine, 2 2/3 Holzquint, 2 Waldflute | PEDAL: 8 Bourdon, 4 Choralbass, 2 Principal [3 ranks; 200 pipes; 14 stops].Organ in Kansas City, MO. Insurance listed replacement value $37,000. Available for WAY less. Buyer responsible for disassembly, removal, transport and reassembly. Seller can refer buyer to qualified help for disassembly and if reasonable distance, reassembly. Contact son (Tenn.): rhjvbw@yahoo.com (posted 5/27/2015)

Pipe Organs
M.P Moller , Opus 9934 – Former Chapel Organ of Central Moravian, Bethlehem Penn. with 2 manuals/ 4 ranks – complete instrument, casework, blower, split swell.  M.P Moller, Opus 4496 – Formerly in the Allentown Theatre; pipework, winding, shades and engines, percussion.  Samuel Bohler – 1890’s Pennsylvania builder, perfect mechanical condition; 2 manuals/8 ranks with complete and functioning mechanics, requires new casework.  joey@emerybrothers.com  (posted 5/26/2015)

Austin Opus 1528
Pipes, valves, wind chests and blower all in excellent condition. Must transfer to new home before current building is demolished. 28 ranks. Built in 1927 in Birmingham, Michigan. Contact Steve at sralphmiller@sbcglobal.net for more information. (posted 4/22/2015)

 Electronic Organs

Compact Organ
For sale or donation to a not-for-profit organization; 2/7 plus + chimes 1929 theater organ built by the Schaffer organ Co. of Springer, WI. This compact organ was rewried in 1985 with a Peterson solid state relay and coupler system and includes the original 7” w.p. blower. The organ is available for audition in Highland Park, IL. Receiver must remove and transport. Fred Putz 847-433-3439, fepmgp@aol.com (posted 6/15/2015)

Allen Protege ClassifiedAllen Protege C-6
Beautiful Allen Protege C-6 for sale. Equipped with Allen’s 1st generation Renaissance technology, the organ sounds fantastic. Options include two levels of memory, chimes, Gt-Pd unenclosed, 7 general pistons, and a transposer. Also included is Allen’s MDS Expander II with 100 additional voices and a Zimblestern. Console is built to AGO specifications. For more information, please feel free to contact me. I’m asking $8000 or OBO.  grossgedackt8@hotmail.com (posted 5/13/2015)

Hammond classifiedHammond B3 Organ w/Leslie 122 Speaker.
A Hammond Rhythm II Box is also included with this organ. The organ is in exceptional condition and is in good working order, showing very little wear. Excellent key return function. It was professionally inspected and is stored in a humidity controlled room.  Price is $8500. Contact: gscheetz@frontier.com or phone 330-440-4369. (posted 6/15/2015)

 

 Miscellaneous

Babel LogoSingers Babel
Imagine having more rehearsal time for the music instead of drilling pronunciation. Imagine choristers practicing the language at home, on their own time. Imagine giving your choristers the tools they need to succeed in your rehearsals. SingersBabel.com is a foreign language diction resource for singers, ensembles and conductors. BabelGuides™ help singers improve their pronunciation and understanding of texts in foreign languages. Each BabelGuide™ contains an MP4 video, in which singers hear a native speaker reciting the original text while seeing the text, a word-for-word translation and phonetic guide scroll by. Singers also receive a printable PDF of the Translation & Phonetic Guide. They can choose to hear the text recited poetically, slowly, and in some cases, alternating speed line by line. Ensemble subscriptions are available for $1.50/month/singer; minimum 20 singers. For more information, go to www.SingersBabel.com/conductors.aspx. Try our free, 3-day trial subscription! (posted 4/14/2015)

Organists Are Welcome!
Doyon Virtual Organs, in Dover, DE, features a 30-seat recital hall and a 15-seat indoor dining area, housing a conventional 4-manual console with 140 stops and couplers, 80 thumb pistons, 25 toe pistons, and 4 expression shoes. Powered by Hauptwerk software, one can play a recital using any of 10 large sample sets – including Hereford, Caen, Metz,Doesburg, Rotterdam, St. Bavo, Skinner, Paramount and others. A USB drive with your MIDI recordings and performance video will be provided. Our summer and fall schedule is filling fast. Call (302) 270-0859 and make your reservation for a day of rewarding experience. Small groups are welcome. Visit us at www.doyonvirtualorgans.com (posted 6/19/2015)

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