PIPORG-L is an electronic mailing list whose members discuss musical, technical and historical aspects of organs of all kinds–classical, theater, electronic, reed, tracker, electropneumatic, mechanical (player, band and fairground, etc.) Organ specifications, recitals (past and future), recordings, jobs (wanted and available), restoration hints, news of progress in restoration projects are all interesting. Requests for advice or information are encouraged, and stories of your experiences and knowledge are eagerly consumed. In short, if it is interesting and about organs or organ music, this group would like to hear about it.

  • Biography files -- general information
  • Member biographies
  • Members' Web Pages
  • Tenth Anniversary Commemorative Papers
  • Individual Organs and Organ Tours
  • Organ Builders, Supplies, and Professional Services
  • Societies, Guilds and Associations
  • Institutions, Conventions, Concert Series and Competitions
  • Publications, References and Discographies
  • Essays — Serious and Not-So-Serious
  • Other Links of Topical Interest

    The drawing at the left is a portion of one by A. G. Hill (~1883) of the organ case at Chartres Cathedral.
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