The above 360° interactive image was taken from the seat of the Curtis Memorial Organ in Christ Church in Philadelphia. This pipe organ, built by The Aeolian Organ Company of Boston, was once in the residence of Mr. Curtis in Wyncote, Pennsylvania. It was relocated and built into the sanctuary of Christ Church and dedicated on May 29, 1935. This organ is still played each Sunday during church services and can also be heard during special events and concerts. The console built by Austin Organs in 1967 contains 7 divisions, 4 manuals, 126 drawknobs, 33 couplers, and 110 controls. Take note: if your the kind that likes lots of buttons and knobs this view is for you.
Enjoy the view of the Christ Church organist by clicking the image above. To learn more about Christ Church visit our virtual tour of Christ Church here: Christ Church Virtual Tour. You may also want to pay a visit to the official Christ Church website: http://www.christchurchphila.org.