The Organ


Trinity's 1825 Goodrich organ, being played by Organist and Choirmaster Emeritus, Lorna Russell.

Historical note:
On Saturday morning April 26, 2003 a group of organists and organ enthusiasts from the Southeastern Massachusetts Chapter of the American Guild of Organists started their annual "organ crawl" at Trinity.  The following article appeared in the chapter's May 2003 newsletter:

"Our Organ Tour featured a region of our chapter that has seldom been visited. A band of intrepid organ enthusiasts braved the downpour and followed the complicated route perfectly. At Trinity Episcopal Church, Wrentham, Lorna Russell, Trinity organist played works of Bach, Brahms, Bohm, Stearns, and Willan on the c. 1825 Goodrich altered by Simmons and Willcox in 1860, rebuilt by Hutchings-Plaisted, 1890, altered by Hutchings 1912, rebuilt by Andover 1968. It was a stunning program delivered perfectly on that instrument. I was impressed with the organ’s versatility and the Stearns "Benediction” from his Triptych was luscious!"


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