Updated: Feb 27
Incarnation Lutheran Church’s organ is a 1987 Bond instrument with a two manual console, 17 stops, and 20 ranks of pipes.
The two manual instrument is essentially a “Bach organ,” with German nomenclature for the stops and brilliantly tuned choruses that provide clarity in contrapuntal writing of Bach and other great Baroque composers.
Our pipe organ is regularly heard accompanying hymns, choral masterworks, and classics of the solo organ repertory.
Contact Dr. John Naples (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.