Indiana University

Organ Department

Organ Specifications

Auer Hall, Simon Music Center

Jackson A. and Maidee H. Seward Organ
C. B. Fisk, Op. 135

Fisk OrganDedicated in April 2010, the Seward Organ in Auer Hall consists of 68 stops over three manuals and pedal. The instrument boasts an eclectic design capable of rendering many styles of organ literature with integrity, beauty, and clarity.






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Alumni Hall, Memorial Union

C. B. Fisk, Op. 91

Fisk OrganTo be dedicated at the IOU Conference in September 2013, Opus 91 consists of 45 stops, 2,838 pipes over three manuals and pedal. The French Baroque-inspired instrument, built in 1987, was previously installed in a specially constructed concert hall at a private residence. In addition to its use for recitals, the organ will be a pedagogical resource, providing students and faculty with an instrument with an 18th- to early-19th-century "accent."




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Music Annex (MA) 406

Studio Organ
Dobson, Op 27

Dobson organComprised of 26 ranks over two manuals and pedal, this instrument is decidedly Italian in character.

Dobson Organ Company, Lake City, Iowa (1987)

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Music Annex (MA) 407

Studio Organ
Schantz

Schantz Organ Company, Orrville, Ohio (1963)
Tonal revisions by John Schwandt, 2003-2004
New console, 2010 (duplicate of C. B. Fisk, Op. 135 in Auer Hall)

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Practice Organs

Indiana University has nine practice organs on the third floor of the Music Annex. They are as follows:

Reuter, II/P, Electro-pneumatic action
Schantz, II/P, Electro-pneumatic action
Schantz, II/P, Electro-pneumatic action
Beckerath, II/P, Mechanical action
Holtkamp Martini, II/P
Ott, III/P, Mechanical action
Holtkamp (Jr.), II/P, Mechanical action
Noack, II/P (flat), Mechanical action
Wahl, II/P (radiating concave), Mechanical action