Epiphany Church (Episcopal)

Oak Park, CA

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    Epiphany Church has a beautifully restored 19th-Century mechanical-action E. & G.G. Hook pipe organ acquired through Organ Clearing House. The Hook is tuned considerably sharp of 440, which makes it challenging to use with the choir and instrumentalists. A Roland C-330 was installed with external audio hidden inside the pipe organ and elsewhere.
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    L to R: Leonard & Linda Loomis (Epiphany Church members), The Very Reverend Melissa McCarthy (vicar), Brian Driscoll (music director), Hector Olivera (concert artist), Alice Rucker (organist).
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    Hector Olivera demonstrating the Roland C-330 following his 2012 concert at Epiphany Church.
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    L to R: Nelson Dodge, Hector Olivera and Dr. Robert Tall.
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    The Roland C-330 console is nested in behind the rood screen where the organist can easily move back and forth between the two organs during a service. The C-330 is positioned so the organist can direct the choir from the organ.
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    The beautifully restored and painted facade pipes on the E. & G.G. Hook organ.
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