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Chimes and Percussions
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When considering additions and upgrades to an organ, few consider percussion instruments. While chimes are the most popular, glockenspiels, harps, Zimbelsterns and Glockensterns and the like are also possible. Visually beautiful, Exposed percussion can enhance a room, as well as make the organ more versatile and interesting, and can be easily added to an instrument without great expense. Percussion can be added digitally if space is limited.

Zimbelsterns

Glockensterns

Left = Chimes | Top Right = Zimbelstern | Bottom Right = Glockenstern
Recent News:
Jul 21
St. Michaels Receives New Organ
Jul 13
Shrine Receives New Organ
May 11
Opus 6466 installation complete
May 11
Grand Court Organist plays St. James Wicks
Oct 31
St. James Cathedral
Recent Installations & Rebuilds:
FBC Simpsonville, South Carolina
6442 Cathedral of St. Helena, Helena, Montana
4400 Bethel Lutheran Church, Rochester, Minnesota
6435 First Presbyterian Church, Pitman, New Jersey
6434 First United Methodist Church, Hampton, Virginia
6430 St. Cecilia's Convent, Nashville, Tennesee

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