NEW ORLEANS AREA PIPE ORGANS AND THEIR HISTORIES

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and the New Orleans Chapter of the Organ Historical Society

MANUFACTURER: ERBEN (Henry)
OPUS NUMBER:  
YEAR BUILT: 1843
   
ORIGINAL LOCATION:

St. Patrick's R.C. Camp Street, New Orleans, LA.

   
RELOCATION 1:  
   
RELOCATION 2:  
   
RELOCATION 3:  
   
FINAL DISPOSITION: Church Damaged by 1915 hurricane. Pipework was damaged but case remained. Works were replaced by Odell Opus 239 (1887) purchased from Trinity Episcopal). Later, the Odell was removed and the Erben case now houses a Moller that was built under the tonal directorship of Ernest White. See note from Roy Redman below.
   
A PICTURE OF THIS ORGAN EXISTS IN OUR FILES:
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Photo showing original Erben case Specification of Ernest White Moller
   
NOTES SUPPLIED BY OTHERS:
Note from Roy Redman: "St Patrick's Erben original case (not from Trinity Episcopal) now houses the Ernest White Moller. You might check with Rachelen for opus # Joe Hoppe
has done a lot of work on it, and we helped him with it some years back."

   
SPECIFICATION: 3 Manual
   
OTHER INFO:  
   

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