Aurora, Ontario, Canada
PD 346

The beautiful new sanctuary of Trinity Anglican Church, Aurora was completed in June 2001. It was very artistically attached to the old 19th century church which still houses a small Casavant pipe organ. The new Phoenix organ console is of Canadian Ash and is stained to match the "roasted cherry" color of the new church furniture. The console is American-style and built in Canada but has a truly English Romantic first specification. The second spec is mostly Baroque pipe samples with some added orchestral sounds that include two sets of Strings, Brass, Timpani, Oboe, Flute, Clarinet, Cathedral Choir, etc. as well as Bass Guitar and Electric Piano. The acoustics of the new church are excellent for traditional organ and choir music.

"The building is quite spectacular with an excellent musical acoustic, and we are delighted with the new Canadian custom digital organ built and supplied by Phoenix Organs (North America). Our dealings with Jim Anderson of Phoenix and Don Anderson, (Director of Music at St John's, Peterborough and technical director of Phoenix) have been a pleasure, and they always seem to be ready to go the extra mile to provide exactly what we wanted."

Richard Baker
organist and electronics engineer

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