Stanford's Memorial Church is home to five organs, each representing a unique style and sound. The original, known as the Murray Harris, is situated on the sides of the rear gallery and was completed when the church fist opened in 1901. The Charles Fisk organ sits in the middle of the rear gallery and serves as a baroque-style instrument. Completed in 1984, the 4.422 pipes of the Fisk produce a bell-like tone, authentic to the time period. Watch as University Organist Robert Huw Morgan performs and discusses the sounds of Memorial Church.
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