Though often overshadowed by the concerts held at the Hall, the pipe organ is a marvel unto itself. With pipes stretching up to the shadowy ceiling, and tucked into corners or within panels, it's difficult to count the actual number present. The metallic sheen is complemented by the light wood used in the hall. Also creating aesthetic happiness is the Frank Lloyd Wright-esque shell top, which can be raised or lowered according to acoustical need.
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