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The American Guild of Organists
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The purpose of the American Guild of Organists is to promote the organ in its historic and evolving roles, to encourage excellence in the performance of organ and choral music, and to provide a forum for mutual support, inspiration, education, and certification of Guild members.


The American Guild of Organists - Southern Plains Chapter
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The Southern Plains Chapter of the American Guild of Organists (seen above) is a local chapter working to more personally serve local organists.


The American Municipal Pipe Organ Website
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This Website is the on-line resource for all things related to American Municipal Pipe Organs. We welcome your comments and feedback about the site. We also welcome any information related to American Municipal Pipe Organs that you would care to share with us.


The American Theatre Organ Society
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The American Theatre Organ Society (ATOS) is an international non-profit organization comprised of worldwide volunteer members who are committed to helping preserve and perpetuate the musical theatre pipe organ heritage that began in the early 20th century.


The American Institute of Organbuilders
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In 1973, a group of organbuilders met in Washington, D.C. to explore the possibility of planning a professional association. A provisional board was established and a constitution committee was appointed. In September of 1974, a convention was held in Dayton, Ohio, which adopted a constitution and bylaws, signed charter members and elected a board of directors. Since that time, conventions have been held each year in cities throughout the United States and Canada.


Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America
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APOBA is a professional association of North American firms engaged in building traditional pipe organs. We are a select group of organ builders who uphold stringent construction principles.


Organ Clearing House
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OCH maintains information about instruments no longer in use for anyone seeking to acquire distinguished vintage organs. They also offer comprehensive consultation, relocation and renovation services.


Organ Historical Society
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The OHS promotes a widespread musical and historical interest in American organbuilding through collection, preservation, and publication of historical information, and through recordings and public concerts.


Theatre Historical Society of America
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THSOA a national organization with an international membership of 800 individuals, university and public libraries, theatres, performing arts organizations and other interested firms and groups which exclusively record and preserve the rich architectural, cultural and social history of America's theatres.


The Diapason
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The Diapason, founded in 1909, is an international journal devoted to the organ, the harpsichord, the carillon, and church music. It regularly includes feature articles, reviews, reports, news, organ specifications, and a calendar, as well as classified advertisements. Directed to a diverse reading audience, articles range from technical and scholarly ones to those of more general interest. Emphasis is given to material dealing with all aspects of the pipe organ.


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Pipedreams is a radio music program produced and distributed by American Public Media, hosted by Michael Barone. The program is available on APM stations and its website. Each two-hour show features organ music and centres around a theme such as a particular organ, venue, organ maker, performer, composer, period, etc. The program is supported by National Endowment for the Arts and The Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America.


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