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Rodgers Organ chosen for Pope Francis

Philadelphia is excited to host The World Meeting of Families and Pope Francis during the same week! We at Cunningham Piano are excited to provide the finest in a classical organ for the Masses all week and for the Papal Mass on the Ben Franklin Parkway on September...

Fratelli Ruffatti now represented in the Mid-Atlantic Region

The Fratelli Ruffatti have been recognized for their skill in innovation and building fine pipe organs since 1940.  Many beautiful and artistic  pipe organs in the United States and around the world bear the name Ruffatti and we are so pleased to announce that, after...

Great Celebration at Christ Lutheran Church

On March 25th at 3 pm we were very pleased to help Christ Lutheran Church of Whiting, NJ celebrate the placement of their new Rodgers 599 Artist Series organ. Dan Miller, concert organist, joined us for an afternoon recital as well as a workshop with area church...

How does a pipe organ work?

A mechanical pipe organ was first used by the Ancient Greeks. This early organ, called a hydraulis, was more of a set of pan pipes with airflow driven by water pressure. By the 7th century, bellows began to be used to supply the needed airflow or “wind” to...

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