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We are representatives for Fratelli Ruffatti full-pipe organs in Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois. Visit their web site and see why they are the largest European supplier of pipe organs to the United States.
A web site for Rodgers Owners — there is information available on how to use your Rodgers Masterpiece Organ (in simple “lay” terms) along with a great deal of information on MIDI. Here you will find some free scores, free midi tracks, plus some exciting organ/orchestra music for purchase.
Located in Carol Stream, Illinois, Hope Publishing offers a wide-range of sacred music, including organ, piano, choral, handbells, and other instruments.
Official web site for the Lyric Opera of Chicago. It offers a glimpse of this world-renowned organization. A Rodgers Digital Organ was chosen to be the House Organ of the Lyric Opera in 1998.
Since 1997, Rodgers has provided digital organs for this highly respected outdoor music festival — one of Chicago’s Treasures. This web site is a great way to schedule some beautiful music into your hectic summer!
World Library Publications is a division of J. S. Paluch Company, Inc., located in Schiller Park, Illinois. WLP produces individual octavos and choral music series, recordings, videos, books, collections of music for worship. WLP also provides music workshops and choral reading sessions. WLP frequently uses the Rodgers showroom in Elmhurst, Illinois to record their demo CD’s.
Celebrating its 25th season, the St. Charles Singers, an international concert and recording ensemble based in Chicago’s western suburbs, performs regularly in St. Charles and Wheaton (at St. Michael Catholic Church where there is a superb Rodgers Pipe Organ). The American Record Guide writes, “One of those wonderful, down-hoe Midwestern American ensembles offering solid technique and shimmering, well-balanced choral textures.” Highly recommended by Triune Music President, Steven Smith.
John von Rhein (Music Critic for the Tribune) writes, “For more than three decades the William Ferris Chorale has occupied a special niche in the Chicago areas rich choral music scene. The ensemble has regained its well-remembered form since Paul French became Music Director. He has infused it with new vitality, new vision, new purpose.” In spite of the fact that Mt. Carmel church does not have organ installed or maintained by Triune Music, these programs are still highly recommended by Triune Music President, Steve Smith.