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Fisk Opus 106 Pipe Organ


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Fisk Opus 106 Pipe Organ The Opus 106 Pipe Organ is a superb mechanical-action pipe organ built by one of the finest organ builders in the world. It arrived on the Pittsburg State campus in March, 1995, and was presented to the university in inaugural festivities, October 1995.

Demonstrations are available for school and civic groups. Also, there are regular concerts that feature the instrument.


Address: McCray Recital Hall, Pittsburg State University
Phone: 620-235-4476

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Fisk Opus 106 Pipe Organ

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