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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

John-Paul Buzard was commissioned to do extensive additions and tonal adjustments to the Schantz organ at St. John United Methodist Church in Atlanta.  As part of this project, new slider chests were created for the Great Division.     Further new pipes for a Great Flute a Biberon, Blockflute, Twelfth, Fifteenth and Mixture were added.  […] Read More

Parts For Sale Inventory clearance – viewable at our Service Shop E.M. Skinner components for sale Opus 340 Pedal/Great 16' Bourdon pipes 33-61 only (50-61 metal) Opus 340 16' Bourdon chest for notes 1-16 Opus 340 16' Open Diapason chest for notes 1-13 Opus 840 16' Pedal Open chest for notes 1-7 Opus 840 16' […] Read More

In 2010 we were offered the opportunity to rebuild the console at the First Federated Church in Peoria, Illinois.  The console was redone under the skillful hands of Stuart Weber […] Read More

First Presbyterian Church Normal, Illinois Schantz Organ rebuilt & enlarged Buzard Pipe Organ Builders 1994, Opus 13-R […] Read More

New console for existing Schantz organ […] Read More

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St. Catharine of Siena Church, Cincinnati, OH Rebuilt 2003 by Buzard Pipe Organ Builders, Champaign, IL […] Read More

This 1985 Schantz Pipe Organ resides at Faith United Methodist Church in Champaign, Illinois. The Buzard team was commissioned to bring the console and internal relay mechanism up to the modern industry standard. We installed a new multiplex relay, repaired, polished and enhanced the console (including inlaid wood strips to demarcate the divisions) and added, […] Read More