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Buzard Organs features a wide array of beautiful instruments, by a number of accomplished builders. Click a link below to explore our work in greater detail […] Read More

John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders www.Buzardorgans.com ❖ 217-352-1955 112 West Hill Street ❖ Champaign, IL 61820 2020 Service Projects at Buzard This has been the most unusual of years for everyone, with our entire company and Service Department of course being no exception.  We successfully shut down for several weeks and are still in business […] Read More

Trinity Lutheran Church in Rockford, Illinois is proud to have a fine Casavant pipe organ.  It has faithfully served the congregation for decades.  The time had come, however, for a full renovation of the console and switching system of the instrument.  As part of this update, the pneumatic-assisted stop action has been replaced with a […] Read More

The people of Messiah Lutheran Church in Marquette, Michigan have chosen the Buzard company to carry out tonal improvements, as well as upgrades to the console, of their 1977 Casavant pipe organ (opus 3356).  Work includes console rebuilding; cleaning, repairs, and re-regulation of all pipework; and restoration of wind system components, with completion in the […] Read More

Above the 1922 Echo Bourdon is in the Hickory Street shop for replacing the leather stoppers. John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders is proud to continue to serve this congregation and their fine instrument in its ongoing restoration.  This component of the project is the releathering of the pouchboards of the Solo Echo and Echo Pedal […] Read More

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The main recital instrument of the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana is in Smith Hall and is a Casavant of 71 ranks, three manuals and pedal. Constructed and installed 32' Untersatz, 32' Kontra Posaune. Installed Voix Humaine 8' in Swell and new windchest actions to split Pedal Mixtur V into two mixtures. Rebuilt all key […] Read More

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This organ once resided in Smith Hall on the University of Illinois at Champaign campus.  It was removed and relocated to Wesley United Methodist Church nearby in preparation of the installation of a Casavant organ in the auditorium in Smith Hall […] Read More

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