Visser-Rowland Organ

The Ars Chapel organ was built by the Visser-Rowland Co. of Magnolia, Texas in 1983.  The original organ contained 1,038 pipes spread among three divisions: Hauptwerk, Swellwerk, and Pedal.  In 1996 Visser enlarged the instrument, adding an eight-stop Positiv division and two stops in the Pedal, bringing the pipe count to 1,522.  When the new Church was built, the Visser-Rowland organ was moved from the Ars Chapel to the Church, where it remained until 2016 when it was returned to the Ars Chapel.

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