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Allen e-notes Newsletter
July 2010

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Dear Allen Owners and Enthusiasts:

Over the past few months, we've shared many stories with you about recent Allen installations and have received many favorable comments about those articles. But, we know that many readers of e-notes play Allen organs of earlier vintages that have performed faithfully for decades and continue to do so. If you are the proud owner of an Allen organ that is more than 30 years old and would like to have your instrument featured in an upcoming edition of e-notes, please send us a photo of the organ along with any commentary you think readers might enjoy reading about the instrument and/or the congregation it serves. Please also feel free to send along some photos that date from the time of the organ's installation, especially if the organist is seated at the console. We'd prefer to receive the comments and photos in digital format. Please note that if you send hardcopies, they will not be returned.

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Allen organs last a long time and there are literally thousands of 1970's and 1960's vintage Allen organs serving churches throughout the world. So, we may not be able to feature all of the responses we receive, but my intuition tells me that there are lots of great stories and photos to share. We look forward to receiving them!

Barry Holben
Vice President, Sales
Allen Organ Company

Latest News From Allen

Florida is fertile ground for more than oranges and palm trees. Since we started building organs we have had great success in the sunshine state-it has kept us "busy as bees!"

The installations shown here demonstrate that Floridians appreciate the great sound, value and quality that Allen instruments provide.

St. Coleman Catholic Church
Pompano Beach, Florida

This 87-Stop Four-Manual Heritage™ instrument includes imported keyboards and an advanced audio system with over 75 individual speakers.

View this installation online:

To view this instrument as an Allen Organ of the Week click here:

St. Armand Key Lutheran Church
Sarasota, Florida

This Diane Bish Signature Series™ Three-Manual instrument includes 7 stops of Lauck Pipes and a Festival Trumpet (pipes). The pipes serve as the antiphonal, accenting the church's stained-glass rosette window.

View this installation online:

Faith Presbyterian Church
Cape Coral, Florida

This stunning 79-Stop Four-Manual Heritage™ instrument features gold-painted Division divider strips and stop tab molding, brass toe studs, and satin black-painted console interior surfaces.

View this installation online:

To view this instrument as an Allen Organ of the Week click here:

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Dance of the Trumpets, Diane Bish www.thejoyofmusic.org
Organist Diane Bish plays this piece on the new organ of the DeVos Chapel at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Trumpet Tune, William Picher
Allen Organ is pleased to announce the addition of William Picher to the Allen Artists Program. Bill is seen here demonstrating the three-manual Allen Quantum™ organ installed at The Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe where he is organist and music director.
For more information, see Bill's Allen Artist page: www.allenorgan.com/www/allenartists/Picher.html

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Free Downloads

Nothing tells the Allen story better than the sound of our instruments. Next to hearing one in person, recordings are the best thing. In each e-notes we will feature a few selections that demonstrate the pipe-like quality of our digital organs in a wide variety of musical styles. Enjoy!

To Download: right click on the song title, then click "Save Target As".

Religious Selection • Now Thank We All Our God
Arr. V. Fox - CD: The Sound of Heritage™

Classical Selection • Trio Sonata #1 Eb, Movement 1
J. S. Bach - CD: The Sound of Heritage™

Theatre Selection • Show Me the Way to Go Home
T. Hazleton - CD: Just A Bird's-eye View

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Organ of the Month
Organ of the Month

The "Organ of the Week" feature of the Allen Organ Company website has become a favorite among Allen owners and enthusiasts. We are going to take it a step further on e-notes by inviting readers to pick their favorite from several Organs of the Week. Choose your favorite from the list below and, in the next issue of e-notes, we will let you know which one of these beauties was the readers' choice for Organ of the Month!

For June 2010 the contestants are:
• Quantum™ Oak Finish Four-Manual
• Protégé™ Dark Oak Finish Two-Manual
• Quantum™ American White Ash Finish Two-Manual
• Heritage™ Two-Tone Oak and Walnut Finish Four-Manual
• Quantum™ Oak Finish Two-Manual

Click here to VOTE!

Click here for last month's results

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