Evansville Area Pipe Organs

Evansville is the center of a growing organ culture. Recent mechanical action organs by C.B. Fisk, Jaeckel, Taylor & Boody, and E.F. Walcker are available for student use in area churches. Other instruments by Aeolian-Skinner, Casavant, Schlicker, Goulding and Wood, and an historic Schaefer organ are also available.



First Presbyterian Church
C.B. Fisk, 1991

The C.B. Fisk Organ in First Church

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Aldersgate United Methodist
Jaeckel, 1989

The Jaeckel Organ in Aldersgate UMC

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Mount St. Joseph Ursuline Motherhouse
Taylor and Boody, 1995

The Taylor and Boody Organ in Maple Mount

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The United Methodist Temple
E.F. Walcker, 1991

The E.F. Walcker Organ in the Methodist Temple

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St. Lucas United Church of Christ
Aeolian-Skinner, 1950

The Aeolian-Skinner in St. Lucas

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St. Anthony Catholic Church
Schaefer, c. 1901

The Historic Schaefer in St. Anthony Church

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Salem United Church of Christ
Casavant-Frères, 2001

The Casavant in Salem UCC

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St. Meinrad Archabbey
Goulding and Wood, 1997

The Goulding and Wood in St. Meinrad

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