Posted 3/27/2018

Our Dean recently received the following message.

"I, Martha Penne, am the trustee of my brother’s estate, who recently passed away. He had a Roland C-330 organ he purchased about 4 years ago. Do you know anyone that would be interested in purchasing this organ for $3,000? He paid $13,800 at the time. It has hardly been used and well maintained, as he used it to practice his music at home. Additionally, he has a huge collection of organ music books that we need to find a good home for. They include church music, Bach, Mozart, etc.

Martha Penne

Photos of the Roland C-330 in its present installation are shown below. Please contact Martha Penne for further information of to discuss the possibility for purchase.

Please view the following YouTube videos for additional information.

The second link shows Hector Olivera performing the Bach, Short Prelude and Fugue in C Major, BWV 553 on the Roland C-330.


A friend of the CFAGO has written the following:

I have a beautiful Lowrey Symphonic Theatre Organ which is from way back that needs a good home. I am giving it away. My husband was a musician and played it daily for years and years. Does anyone have any ideas? Maybe there is a church or an organist who could enjoy it in his or her home? For additional information, please phone the present owner at (407) 351-9289 (Orlando in the Dr. Phillips area).

Posted 10/30/17 - 3/30/18*


Posted 11/15/17 - 4/15/2018

On November 9, 2017, Bob Nichols [] wrote the following: “I have a neighbor being assigned to a nursing home. Her husband restored organs, and they have a Robert Morton Theatre Organ unassembled which is looking for a home - NO CHARGE - so they can sell their house Please pass this to interested parties - in the Dr. Philips area of Orlando”

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