The University of Michigan recognizes the pipe organ as the only instrument suitable for practice and performance of the organ repertoire. Students enrolled for organ instruction perform, study and rehearse on the instruments in Hill Auditorium (E. M. Skinner/Aeolian-Skinner), Blanche Anderson Moore Hall (C. B. Fisk), the School of Public Health Community Room (Orgues Létourneau), the organ teaching studios (Möller and Reuter organs), and eleven practice rooms.
Click on the links at left for details. Additional information may be found in Pipe Organs of Ann Arbor by Professor James O. Wilkes, available from the Organ Historical Society (www.ohscatalog.com).
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