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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

This 3-rank Kilgen organ was removed from a church which has closed.  It was entirely functional at the time of removal to storage in our warehouse.  The organ was enchambered with a separate free-standing console.  The organ is complete except for its swell shutters, swell frame, and expression engine, all of which were not in […] Read More

Bethlehem Lutheran Church made the decision to move into a new building.   As part of their relocation, they have planned for a future school and retirement community as well as walking paths!  The first component of the site is a new sanctuary, which included in the planning the relocation of their present instrument, which has […] Read More

The congregation of St. Paul’s Lutheran invested wisely in 1919 when they purchased Kilgen’s Opus 3004! George Kilgen started building organs in New York City in 1831, and relocated to St. Louis in 1873. His son Charles became a partner in 1885, and the firm became George Kilgen & Son. (This is what appears on […] Read More

This small organ of 7 stops was built in 1987, completed in 1988, and dedicated in recital by then organist Linda Buzard. Saint Andrew’s Lutheran Church is the Chapel for ELCA students and faculty at the University of Illinois. In 1986 St. John’s Catholic Chapel, also on the University of Illinois campus, removed their 1920’s […] Read More