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"The Benjamin N. Duke Memorial Organ, dedicated in 1976, was built by the Dutch Flentrop Company in the 18th century styles of Dutch and French organs. Housed in the arch between the narthex and the nave, it contains 5,033 pipes controlled by four keyboards and a pedal keyboard. The organ's main case, in which most of the pipes are housed, is built of solid mahogany and decorated with various colors and gold leaf. 40 feet (12 m) tall and 4.5 feet (1.4 m) deep, the main case is situated on a solid oak balcony overlooking the nave" .
Seen in the chapel at Duke University. North Carolina The chapel is located on the grounds of the beautiful campus of the University

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Aug 26 2012 07:27 GMT Annamaria
A beautiful organ with lots og nice details!! Thanks for the info, Barbara!
Aug 26 2012 07:33 GMT saffi9
very impressive barb
Aug 26 2012 07:55 GMT hallo
Master piece, well photographed!
Aug 26 2012 08:16 GMT u40
dobre foto
Aug 26 2012 08:48 GMT Bigbear10
Wonderful detailed capture Barbara.
Aug 26 2012 12:43 GMT hans55 PRO
a beautiful organ ...great captured ..bright colors !!
Aug 26 2012 12:46 GMT wijnie58
Wonderf organ with great details, Barbara...:-))
Aug 26 2012 15:16 GMT Donjames
Whoa!!!!!! Fabulous.
Aug 26 2012 15:17 GMT sini
Great details and colours!:)
Aug 26 2012 17:19 GMT Icandoit
Wonderful detailed capture, fabulous colours!:)
Aug 26 2012 18:08 GMT ForestSpirit
A truly magnificent musical instrument!
Aug 27 2012 09:15 GMT sheasoru68
This is incredible,....and certainly gets the WOW factor......
Aug 27 2012 13:17 GMT martini957
Wow...impressive beauty
Aug 28 2012 20:10 GMT Sheila PRO
I love the colour - I don't think I've played a purple one yet!
Sep 01 2012 05:41 GMT gtc126
THAT IS A GORGEOUS PIPE ORGAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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