The Reuter-Rogers installation at the First Presbyterian Church of Farmington

Farmington Hills, Michigan

Many thanks to Steve Schlesing for the demonstration heard here.


It's the first organ designed and built from the ground up by Reuter and Rogers. The console is a custom designed Rogers with three manuals and 12 audio channels. The pipe work consists of 27 newly built Reuter pipe ranks in four divisions, including separate Swell and Choir divisions under expression. The facade is the flamed copper 16' Pedal Principal, blending beautifully with the church's wood, brick and stained glass windows. The organ has 72 stops, unlimited piston memory, MIDI record and playback, and 1000+ additional organ and orchestral voices via a MIDI sound module.