Pipe Organs by Fowler Organ Company
[St. Mary Cathedral, Lansing, MI]

A well-built church organ will inspire a congregation to sing. A pipe organ is at home in a concert hall right along with the orchestra. A real pipe organ is a work of art -- beautiful in appearance and sound. Unlike an electronic imitation, stamped out on an assembly line, every organ from Fowler Organ Company is individually hand crafted and customized for its environment.

The Fowler Organ Company is pleased to offer a wide range of custom instruments. Large or small, mechanical or electric, encased or chambered, each organ is created to be a delight to the ear and eye. Our attention to detail marks the difference between the adequate and the excellent.

Are you new to the world of organs? William P. Rowan wrote a trumpet march, Ferland's March (publ. Morningstar) for the organ pictured above. Listen to a clip in Long (566 KB) or Short (277 KB) versions. Then take a quick look at our FAQ and Guide to Organ Jargon



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Fowler Organ Company
1061 Hickory Road
Lansing, MI 48906
(517) 485-3748
pipes@fowlerorgan.com

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