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Allen e-notes Newsletter
June 2010
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Organ
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Dear Allen Owners and Enthusiasts:

Welcome to Allen e-notes, the convenient way to keep up with news from Allen Organ Company. Readers like you often contribute content or make requests about what they'd like to see in future e-notes editions. If you have any ideas you'd like to share, we'd love to hear from you!

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Barry Holben
Vice President, Sales
Allen Organ Company

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Latest News From Allen

Virginia is for Allen Organ Lovers

Allen Elite™ Opus VI:
Falls Church Presbyterian Church,
Falls Church, Virginia


Allen Elite Opus VI is a four-manual digital instrument of 82 stops with a 48-channel audio system and separate antiphonal division. The massive audio system integrated into the building's architecture results in an organ of astonishing clarity and dimension of sound. The English Cathedral tonal design is adapted for a contemporary American church setting. Its broad and majestic sound, solid foundation tone and ability to fill the building without being harsh or overwhelming testifies to the organ building expertise of Allen Organ Company.

View this installation online:
http://www.allenorgan.com/www/allenews/organoftheweek/2009/20091221/OWdestination.html

To view this instrument as an Allen Organ of the Week click here:
http://www.allenorgan.com/www/allenews/organoftheweek/2009/20091221/OrganOfTheWeek.html



Heritage™ Three-Manual / 58 Stop Instrument:
Trinity Episcopal Church, Manassas, Virginia


The new Allen Heritage console in trinity Episcopal controls 58 digital stops and 10 ranks of brand new Reuter pipework, comprising a full Great principal chorus, plus an 8' trumpet and a pedal stop. The three-manual console design is a French "terraced-style" in a two-tone oak finish. The console also features custom-designed drawknobs with rosewood stems and maple faces, tracker touch, reverse color-scheme keyboards with rosewood sharps and black naturals, and other interesting touches.

View this installation online:
http://www.allenorgan.com/www/allenews/
organoftheweek/2009/20090408/OWdestination.html


To view this instrument as an Allen Organ of the Week click here:
http://www.allenorgan.com/www/allenews/
organoftheweek/2009/20090408/OrganOfTheWeek.html



Allen Elite Opus VII:
St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Roanoke, Virginia


Elite Opus VII is currently being built by the Allen Organ Company for the historic St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Roanoke, Virginia. It is scheduled for installation in the Autumn of 2010 and will replace a 13 rank Möller/Zimmer pipe organ.

The 95 stop, four-manual organ will be the largest Elite instrument completed so far. The comprehensive specification is based on an American Classic design and will feature two antiphonal divisions, the Solo Division and the floating String Division.





Hear and see
Allen instruments
in all their glory!
Allen on the Web

Finale from Symphony No. 1 (Vierne) played by Colin Howland
Colin Howland performs the Finale from Vierne's Symphony No. 1 on a four-manual Allen at Octave Hall, Macungie, PA.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1G8g7ogsLk




Hear Allen organs
being played by
great organists!

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 • Prayer
Guilmant - CD: Colors of Quantum

Classical Selection • Turkish March
Beethoven - CD: Meet the Protégé

Theatre Selection • Sleeping Beauty
Tchaikovsky - Renaissance™ Unit Orchestra / Dwight Beacham



Vote for
your favorite
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 May 2010 the contestants are:
• Quantum™ Two-Tone Walnut and Oak Finish Three-Manual
• Quantum™ Walnut Finish Three-Manual
• Heritage™ Two-Tone Oak and Walnut Finish Three-Manual
• Quantum™ Custom Finish Ebony/Oak-on-Curly-Maple Three-Manual

Click here to VOTE!

Click here for last month's results


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Allen Organ Press Releases
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