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Organs are musical instruments that have rows of tuned pipes. These pipes create sound when compressed air is released after keys are struck. Electrical organs are commonly used in churches and some music lesson schools. Playing this large instrument well often requires a great deal of practice. As with most musical instruments, organs generally call for some maintenance and repairs over the years. As you likely know, there are organs for sale through various retail music stores and dealers across the United States. As with large instruments like pianos, organs commonly require some tuning. This may call for maintenance of the instrument's pipes or even repairs to pedalboards on the organ. The organ is a polyphonic instrument, which means it can produce many sounds or hit several chords at the same time. This symphonic device is often used in symphonies and church or theater music. The right teacher can educate you on the different chambers and pipes this instrument has. He or she can also instruct you on how to read music sheets for the organ, or other wind instruments that use reeds. For many individuals, once they start playing a musical instrument, it is difficult to stop. There is just something about the beautiful sounds and chords. You can learn more about electrical and digital organs or keyboards by visiting a local music store. Feel free to inquire about any hydraulic parts for organs or other instruments they have to offer. You may even want to ask about certain repairs or maintenance that is often involved with the organ.
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Gluck Pipe Organs
170 Park Row Apt 20a, New York, NY 10038
Pipe organ restorers and builders. In addition to a fully staffed tuning, repair and maintenance department, the firm specializes in new pipe organs for churches and residences, as well as restoration of historic pipe organs.
(212) 608-5651
Hand Made Imports, Inc.
32 Irving Avenue, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
Importer of fully refurbished, used Yamaha Pianos. Seller of refurbished Yamaha Pianos. Rebuilder of Steinway Pianos. Seller of rebuilt Steinway Pianos, domestic and internationally.
(201) 264-2433
Hands Together Piano Studio
210 Church St, Willow Grove, PA 19090
Talented and knowledgeable music teacher dedicated to helping children learn to play the piano and keyboard while learning to read music. Learning with our technique helps performance in organs and other musical instruments.
(215) 657-8494
Altenburg Piano House
1150 E Jersey St, Elizabeth, NJ 07201
(908) 351-2000
Jacob Gerber & Son
1006 Pennsylvania Ave, Croydon, PA 19021
(215) 788-3423
Allen Organ Studios
200 Jericho Tpke, Mineola, NY 11501
(516) 741-4433
Allen Organ Service
37 Hayhurst Ave, Valhalla, NY 10595
(914) 948-8213
Scott Russ Music Inc
21 Hanse Ave, Freeport, NY 11520
(516) 377-7907
Meloni & Farrier Organ Builders
40 Broad St, Port Chester, NY 10573
(914) 690-0413
Grafton Piano & Organ Co
1081 S County Line Rd, Souderton, PA 18964
Nobody has a finer selection of digital pianos, keyboards and organs than we do. We supply and repair pianos and organ, tuning and are willing to repair your instruments as well.
(215) 723-6900
Emery Brothers
505 E Emmaus Ave, Allentown, PA 18103
(610) 797-0581
Jacobs Music
2223 Macarthur Rd, Whitehall, PA 18052
(610) 770-3588
Cunningham Piano Co.
5427 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19144
Opened in Philadelphia in 1891, Cunningham began as a piano manufacturer. Today they are one of the oldest piano rebuilders in the nation and are the area's destination for 10 brands of new pianos.
(215) 438-3200
Allen Organ Company
3370 Route 100, Macungie, PA 18062
(610) 966-2203
Betty Robert
215 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19123
(215) 922-2217

Musical instrument stores will often have a selection of organs to choose from. Many will often offer repair services, including required maintenance for the pedalboard, pipes, and keyboard. There are a variety of instruments you have to choose from, including symphonic, reed, hydraulic, digital, polyphonic, electronic, chamber, wind, and pipe. If you want to learn how to play, you will want to find a teacher that offers lessons. You can learn how to read sheet music and learn which key is the right note. If you're interested in learning how to play a musical instrument, whether it's for church, school, or simply for fun you can search online or in a phone book and find a local store that sells them at reasonable prices. Finding a store that also provides maintenance and repair services, such as tuning, can be a time saver in the future. Many stores will have sales on their organs throughout the year to entice customers to buy one of their products. Research the different brands available and speak with an employee at the store to get some input on which model you should buy. While the pipes of an organ may need to be fixed after many years of playing, the brand you buy may determine how quickly it starts to need repairs. Consider how often you plan on playing the instrument. Look for reviews online and see what other people are saying about different models and which they would recommend to you. You will also find some that you should avoid to buy.
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