The music department owns a five-octave set of Malmark handbells, a Steinway 7′ grand piano, a Baldwin 7′ grand piano, the John and Lucille Urmey Lammermuir chest organ (2001) and several pianos for rehearsal use.
The Grieb-Williams organ [right], built by the M. P. Moller Company in 1988, is located in the Cathedral nave. It includes 6,056 pipes controlled by a four-manual drawknob console which can be moved to the center of the chancel for recitals, and the organ has a playback system. Here is the stoplist.
The Crawford and Virginia Johnson Carillon, including the Mattison Memorial Bell, was installed in the Cathedral tower in 2003. The 15 cast bronze bells by Paccard Foundry, France, peal and play hymns throughout the week.
For details and specifications on our pianos, organs, and carillon, contact our Associate Director of Music and Organist, Dr. Charles Kennedy, 205.226.3505.