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Naval Academy Chapel Organ

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Organ Demonstration at the Naval Academy Chapel

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"Eternal Father" (Navy Hymn), Monte Maxwell - U.S. Naval Academy Organist

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UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY (The Joy of Music with Diane Bish)

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USNA Pipe Organ, "God of Our Fathers", Ty Thompson

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"My Country, Tis Of Thee" & "God Bless America" - Monte Maxwell - U.S. Naval Academy Organist

The Naval Academy Chapel Organ is located in the United States Naval Academy Chapel in Annapolis, Maryland. The original instrument was built in 1908 by The Hutchings-Votey Organ Company of Boston, Massachusetts. When the chapel underwent remodeling in 1940, the M.P. Moller Pipe Organ Company of Hagerstown, Maryland was contracted to build a larger instrument to support music in the newly enlarged building. Through the generous gifts of various Naval Academy classes, the organ has undergone a number of enhancements and renovations. The current instrument, comprising both pipe and digital voices, totals 268 ranks and is controlled by two consoles.
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