The Great Windchest grid being cleaned in the shop before being flooded with glue. The Organ Historical Society has designated this a "National Heritage Pipe Organ" and Dr. Derek Nickels offered a recital on the instrument at which the citation was unveiled Sunday November 3rd, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. at the church.   The Great […] 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

This remarkable Hinners and Albertsen organ has tracker action to the Manual keyboards and tubular pneumatic action to the Pedal stops.  The façade of this organ is original and is in surprisingly good condtion.  John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders was commissioned recently to completely clean the instrument and restore the Pedal chests and the Pedal […] Read More

This organ was restored by Buzard Pipe Organ Builders before being installed in its new home. Two Manual 1945 Möller Artiste, Opus 7212 3 ranks, electropneumatic action Great 8 Diapason Conique 8 Lieblich Gedeckt 8 Salicional 4 Octave Conique 2 2/3 Quint 2 Super Octave Swell to Great Swell 8 Lieblich Gedeckt 8 Salicional 8 […] Read More

This 1948 Möller Artiste has a new home in Joliet.

1965 Fisk Op. 48 organ wind system restoration by Buzard Spring 2016 […] Read More

Sometimes things just work out. This lovely W. W. Kimball Co. organ was originally installed in the Small Preceptory of the Scottish Rite Cathedral in Chicago, Illinois.  Kimball produced so called "boxcar" organs that could be transported intact; this is a rare example of a boxcar organ. Because W. W. Kimball Co. used special mounting […] Read More

18 ranks, two manuals and pedal, mechanical action. Complete restoration of organ including hand pumping mechanism First Baptist Church, now Korean Church Urbana, Illinois Lyon & Healy Organ, circa 1902 Mechanical action, restored 1988 […] Read More

The organ at St. Mary’s Church, Kickapoo, IL was built c.1900 by the firm of Hinners of Pekin, IL for an unknown purchaser, and subsequently moved to its present location. The organ has been cared for by Buzard Pipe Organ Builders since 1987. In 1988 a new electric blower was installed, as were additional pipes […] Read More

Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana 2000 The instrument was completely releathered in the year 2000 by John-Paul Buzard Pipe Organ Builders.wo_thirds_last] […] Read More