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Salt Lake Tabernacle organ

See also: Pipe Organs of Temple Square

The Salt Lake Tabernacle organ is one of the accompanying organs of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and is commonly featured in the Music and the Spoken Word broadcast.

Original organ caseEdit

Original built in 1870, the images of this section display the works of organ builders who have worked on the organ before 1915, before the case was enlarged.

Current organ caseEdit

Inside the organEdit

This instruments contains 11,623 individual pipes, this section showcases some of those.

Mormon Tabernacle ChoirEdit

The Tabernacle organ is a significant part of the Tabernacle Choir's sound.

Organ consoleEdit

Commanding any organ is its console, the Tabernacle organ is commanded by a large 5 manual organ.

Organists at the TabernacleEdit

Fourteen organists have been in charge of this famed instrument. Their duties are to accompany the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on its weekly broadcast of Music and the Spoken Word, give organ recitals (which is now daily on Temple Square), and provide organ accompaniment during the semi-annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS or Mormon Church).