For Sale/Free

Greetings, my name is Cindy Beck and I am the Interim Pastor at Bethel Lutheran Church in Roseville, CA (just north of Sacramento). 

We have an Allen Organ Model 120C that we no longer use.  We would love for someone to pick it up and use it, whether at home or another venue.  

Thank you and blessings, Pastor Cindy Beck
   
1937 AUSTIN ORGAN, OPUS 2004,
3 manuals, 42 ranks. $649,000 rebuilt and installed.
This iconic “American Classic” pipe organ was designed by Austin’s renowned tonal director, James Jamison, the man credited with initiating the “great reform” in Austin’s tonal design philosophy. Jamison’s leadership transitioned the company out of the early American period of ‘romantic’ tonal design, making the key fundamental change that propelled Austin into the forefront of American Classic organ building.
This organ presents a very special opportunity to acquire an important historical organ, personally designed by the innovator who defined the “American Classic” style of tonal design for the entire industry, for generations to come.
For specifications and additional information please contact Hupalo andRepaskyPipeOrgans,SanLeandroatjnhpalo@sbcglobal.net or 510/483-6905.
   
1981 SCHOENSTEIN AND COMPANY, OPUS 84, 2 manuals, 27 ranks. $250,000 rebuilt and installed.
Two-manual French inspired instrument was formerly at the Star of the Sea Catholic Church in San Francisco. For specifications and additionalinformationpleasecontactHupaloandRepaskyPipe Organs,SanLeandroatjnhupalo@sbcglobal.net or 510-483-6905.
   
​​ Andover organ, manufactured 1976, single manual, 6 stops (2 x 8,
2 x 4, 2 x 2) to be auctioned in January, 2018.; if interested, contact
Margie Williams, margiew@sfsu.edu or (415) 338-6133. Information
regarding viewing the organ if you are interested in bidding. The
auction website is at https://www.publicsurplus.com/sms/auction/
view?auc=1977421


FREE: First Unitarian of Oakland needs to give away their 1947 Austin
organ
ASAP. It is already dismantled, crated and ready to pick up.
Contact Eric Howe at howe@hnu.edu.


WANTED: Grand piano with full sostenuto (middle pedal). Harold
Pavelis 925-825-8259.