The Mormon Tabernacle Organs, Salt Lake City, Utah

The Mormon Temple on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. Temple Square is comprised of 5 buildings: the Tabernacle (home to the world famous organ); the Temple (no pipe organs); the Assembly Hall (1 performance pipe organ and 3 practice pipe organs); and two visitors' centers. The general public is allowed in all buildings on Temple Square except the Temple, which is only open to faithful members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.





Mormon Tabernacle organ console


Kenneth Coulter practice organ at Temple Square (in the basement of the Assembly Hall)


Casavant practice organ at Temple Square (in the basement of the Assembly Hall)


Mormon Tabernacle organ blower


Demonstration organ in Tabernacle built by Eldon Ives


Rear of Tabernacle facade (facade pipes visible at right)


Hooded reeds (Tabernacle Bombarde division)


Richard Elliott at Tabernacle console


Mormon Tabernacle organ console


Mormon Tabernacle organ console


Mormon Tabernacle organ facade


Mormon Tabernacle organ facade (long shot)


Mormon Tabernacle organ facade (long shot)


Close-up of Tabernacle organ case/pipes


One-manual harpsichord by William Dowd in Assembly Hall basement


Mormon Tabernacle organ pedal 32' Flute Ouverte

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