EOM Fall Re-homing

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Looking for parts to repair your reed organ? Wishing you had a parlor organ for your parlor? Searching for well-aged pieces of black walnut for a woodworking project? Check back here for the dates of our Fall re-homing events.

Re-homing is one way that the Estey Organ Museum places its duplicate and non-museum quality organs into the hands of those who will use and enjoy them.

Many of the instruments available for re-homing can be rehabilitated by cleaning and bellows repair, but others are musically unusable.  Although some may decry the idea of turning a musical instrument into a desk or liquor cabinet, we believe that upcycling shows respect for the fine woodworking and craftsmanship of Estey workers of long ago.

For more information contact info@esteyorganmuseum.org