St. Marks United Church of Christ, New Albany, Indiana
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2′ Super Octave
16′ Double Trompet
8′ Gemshorn Celeste
Chimes – 21 bells
8′ Nason Gedeckt
2 2/3′ Nazard
1 3/5′ Terz
Harp (49 bars)
Tower Carillon (16 bells)
Tremolo Choir 4′
Choir Unison Off
Flute Celeste II
Great to Pedal
5 Swell Pistons
The Moller Organ in St. Mark’s United Church of Christ was designed by Dr. Robert Rayfield, Professor of Music at Indiana University. Dr. Rayfield was Sara Cortolillo’s organ professor when she completed her music degrees at Indiana University.
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“Angincourt Battle Hymn” – Dunstable, performed at St. Marks United Church of Christ, by Sara Cortolillo, organist, October 26, 2005
“When In Our Music, God is Glorified” – Sara Cortolillo, organist
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