COMPLETE LIST

OF INSTRUMENTS

 

(CLICK ON UNDERSCORED LINK OR THUMBNAIL FOR DETAILS AND IMAGES)
  1977
1
  St. James' Church, Episcopal, Langhorne, Pennsylvania.  
2/12 electric action.
  1978
2
  Christ Church, Episcopal, Bethany, Connecticut.   
2/18 electric action.
  1980
3
  First Church of Christ, Wethersfield, Connecticut.
1972 Austin Organ. Tonal revisions of Positiv division and general revoicing of instrument.
  1981
4
 

National Cathedral, R.C., Funchal, Madeira, Portugal.
Organ used for Madeira Bach Festival. Mechanical restoration, tonal changes and additions to W. A. Samuel organ (1890).

5
  Trinity Church, Episcopal, Wethersfield, Connecticut.
2/23 electric action.
  1982

6
6A

 

The Presbyterian Church, Pleasantville, New York.
2/17 electric action.
1993-1998 - Console rebuilding and additional stops added.

7
  St. Andrew's Church, Episcopal, Stamford, Connecticut.
New Swell division 11 ranks, electric action.
8
  Immanual Church, Episcopal, Bellows Falls, Vermont.
1/3 Portable mechanical action instrument (mechanical action shop project, donated to church).
  1984
9
  United Church, Bellows Fall, Vermont.
2/15 mechanical action. Restoration and new case, Hutchings, Plaisted & Co. organ (1883).
  1985
10
 

St. Raphael's Church, R.C., Williamstown, Massachusetts.
2/12 electric action.

11
  Abiding Savior Lutheran Church, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
2/16 mechanical action.
  1986
12
  St. Thomas the Apostle Church, R. C., Elkhart, Indiana.
2/26 mechanical action.
  1988
13
 

St. Luke's Parish, Episcopal, New Haven, Connecticut.
3/29 mechanical action.

14
  Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro, Vermont.
3/48 electric action.
15
  St. Mary of the Assumption Church, R.C., Cheshire, Massachusetts.
2/15 electric action.
  1989
16
 

St. Michael's Lutheran Church, New Canaan, Connecticut.
2/25 electric action.

17
  St. Monica's Church, R.C., Barre, Vermont.
4/89 electro-pneumatic Hutchings-Votey organ (1908), rebuilt and enlarged in 1964, relocated from First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  Removal, transportation, cleaning and reinstallation with necessary repairs. Approximately 30 ranks playable on Great, Swell, and Pedal divisions. Job on hold due to lack of funds to complete the project. Organ removed March 2005.
  1990
18
 

Assumption College Chapel, R.C., Worcester, Massachusetts.
3/56 electric action. Rebuild with additions of 2/23 Wicks organ. New casework, new windchests, most Wicks pipework replaced. Complete tonal redesign. Instrument completed 1995.

19
  St. Elizabeth's Church, R.C., Lyndonville, Vermont.
2/12 mechanical action. Restoration of instrument, builder unknown, possibly Frank Beman.
  1991
20
 

Faith Lutheran Church, Chico, California.
2/17 mechanical action.

21
  St. James' R.C. Church, Setauket, New York.
2/23 electric action. Relocate, redesign and revoice 2/10 Gress-Miles organ. Addition of new Swell division 13 ranks.
  1992
22
 

St. Stephen's Church, Episcopal, Middlebury, Vermont.
2/16 mechanical action. Mechanical and tonal restoration of Johnson & Son organ (1875).

23
 

Production of organ windchests, console rebuild and pipework for L. Nevin & Assoc., Westminster, Vermont.
2/24 electro-pneumatic action. Organ for the Unitarian Church, Keene, New Hampshire.

  1992
24
  Production of pipe organ for L. Nevin & Assoc., Westminster, Vermont.
3/26 electric action.
Organ for Ridgewood Reformed Church, Ridgewood, New Jersey.
  1993
25
 

Nancy Campbell Reed residence, Newfane, Vermont. 
2/5 electric action. Moveable chamber/studio organ.

In August of 2009 this instrument was purchased by Harrison Kelton and relocated to his Newton, Massachusetts residence.

26
  Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, R.C., Rutland, Vermont.
2/27 electric action.
27
  Mt Kisco Presbyterian Church, Mt. Kisco, New York. 
3/32 electric-slider action. Rebuilding, revoicing and additions to Berkshire organ. Organ Removed.
  1994
28
  Middlebury Congregational Church, Middlebury, Vermont.
2/31 electro-pneumatic action. Revoicing, additions and repairs to much altered Wm. A. Johnson organ (1862).
29
  Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, Brooklyn, New York.
2/25 mechanical key action, electric stop action.
30
  South Salem Presbyterian Church, South Salem, New York.  
2/19 electric action.
  1995
31
  St. Matthew's Church, Episcopal, Bedford, New York.
2/29 electric action.
32
  United Methodist Church of Plattsburgh, New York. 
2/33 electric-slider action organ
  1996
33
  First Baptist Church, Burlington, Vermont.  
2/19 mechanical action. Restoration of 1864 E. & G.G. Hook organ.

 

34
  First Congregational Church, Burlington, Vermont.  
2/19 electric action. Chancel Organ.
  1997
35
  First Baptist Church, Worcester, Massachusetts.
New Four-Manual Skinner-style drawknob console, with new organ relays and complete rewiring of Reuter/Gilbert organ. Walker Technical Services digital electronic voices added.
  1998
34A
  First Congregational Church, Burlington, Vermont.
3/50 electric-slider action. Gallery organ using eight ranks of select pipework from existing Estey organ, otherwise new or rebuilt pipes to complete Opus 34.
31A
  St. Matthew's Church, Episcopal, Bedford, New York.  
New French terrace console to complete Opus 31
36
  Production of pipe organ chests, pipes and swell enclosures for L. Nevin & Assoc., Westminster, Vermont. Organ for church in Ramsey, New Jersey.
  1999
37
  Production of new console, Antiphonal organ chests and pipework for L. Nevin & Assoc., Langdon, New Hampshire. Organ for Old Paramus Reformed Church in Ridgewood, New Jersey.
38
 

University United Methodist Church, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
New Console, New organ relays, digital tonal additions to 1979 Möller organ.

  2000
39
  Cathedral of St. Paul, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Gallery Organ 3/62, Chancel organ 2/14. Rebuilding and expansion of cathedral organ. Electro-pneumatic and direct electric action., Two, matching, three manual Cavaille-Coll amphitheatre consoles.
  2001
40
  St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church, R.C., Melville, New York.
3/29 Electric Action
Third Manual for prepared Choir division of 10 ranks.
26A
  Immaculate Heart of Mary, Rutland, Vermont.
Six ranks added to
Opus 26
41
  Unitarian Universalist Church, Provincetown, Massachusetts.
2/18 mechanical action. Restoration of historic 1850 Holbrook organ with historically sensitive additions.
  2002
42
 

Memorial Methodist Church, Taunton, Massachusetts.
2/21 electric Action.

  2003
43
  Grace Church, Episcopal, Newington, Connecticut.
2/16 Electric Action.
44
  First Unitarian Church, Worcester, Massachusetts
4/67 Electro-pneumatic action. Rebuilding of 1964 Aeolian-Skinner 4/60, following severe water damage from a steeple fire. Work included construction of new Aeolian-Skinner style pitman windchests, layout changes to improve tonal egress, modification of console and 7 additional ranks to match Aeolian-Skinner pipework.
45
  All Saints Church, Episcopal, South Burlington, Vermont
2/8 mechanical action. Restoration of 2/7 Hook & Hastings (1895). Restore tonal scheme to original and addition of one stop to Great division.
  2004
46
  Our Lady of Seven Dolors, R.C., Fair Haven, Vermont
2/23 mechanical action. Restoration of 1856
E. & G. G. Hook organ Opus 205. Instrument relocated from Universalists of Gloucester, Massachusetts, in 1893.
2A
  Christ Church, Episcopal, Bethany, Connecticut.
2/20 electric action. Complete tonal reorientation and additions to Opus 2 with new console and organ case.
      2006
47
 

First Presbyterian Church, Ithaca, New York.
4/87 electro-pneumatic action.

 

48

  St. Peter's by the Sea, Narragansett, Rhode Island
Rebuilt with additions.  

49

  St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Chester, Vermont   Restoration of 1870 S. S. Hamill organ

50

  Granville Federated Church, Granville, Massachusetts Granville Federated Church, Granville, Massachusetts
2/16 electric action. 
      2007
  --   New Console and pipework for David Beaty and Associates
St. Anthony of Padua Church, Newark, NJ
  --   New Console for Lauren A. Peckham & Son
Pipe Organ Service, Breesport, NY
First Presbyterian Church, Elmira, New York
      2008

51

  Bradford Congregational Church, Bradford, Vermont
2/22 mechanical key action, electric stop action.
 

35A

  First Baptist Church, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Addition of stops prepared in Opus 35 console.
Positiv: Quintadena 8', Nasard 2-2/3', Blockfloete 2' and Tierce 1-3/5'. Choir/Solo division: English horn 8'
      2009

52

  St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Windsor, Vermont
Restoration of 1825 Lemuel Hedge/1868 S. S. Hamill organ.
      2010

53   Main Street Baptist Church, Binghamton, New York
New organ including pre-existing pipework.
3/32 ranks electric and electro-pneumatic action.
      2011
  55   Gethsemane Lutheran Church, Manchester, New Hampshire
New organ including remanufactured pre-existing pipework
and Walker Technical Co. Digital voices.
3/24 electric action with preparations.
      2012
  56  

Chillmark Community Church
Chillmark, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
New organ, 2/5 electric action

       
      2013
  58  

First Baptist Church, Chester, Vermont
Restoration of Estey Opus 2666 with additions

       
      2014 - 2016
54   First Parish in Concord, Unitarian Universalist, MA
New organ including remanufactured pre-existing pipework.
3/46 electro-pneumatic action. Original console rebuilt for gallery installation. New E. M. Skinner style console installed in chancel.
  48A   St. Peter's by the Sea, Narragansett, Rhode Island
Additions.  
57   Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, Appleton, Wisconsin
New organ including pipework from Möller Opus 6007 (1931) 4/50 electo-pneumatic action.
  59   St. James Episcopal Church, Upper Montclair, NJ
New console, Peterson ICS-1000 control system, rewiring of the organ, and Antiphonal Chamade Trumpet
       
      SIGNIFICANT WORK IN PROGRESS 2017-2018
      All Saints Episcopal Church, Worcester, MA
Ongoing restoration of the organ. Multi-year plan.
  60   St. Pius X Church, Scarsdale, New York
New organ, 2/37 electric slider action with all electric and electro-pneumatic action for offsets.
       
       
       




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