|Location||Beijing, Central Conservatory of Music|
|Builder||Casavant, Op. 2725|
|Specs||II/9 + Ped.|
|Note:||relocated organ, originally built 1962|
Casavant Op. 2725 was originally built in 1962 for Redpath Hall at McGill University, Montréal, Canada (see main photo). In 1981, it was sold and moved to the Loyola Chapel at Montréal’s Concordia University. It was subsequently renovated at the Casavant workshop in 2016, moved to Beijing, and reinstalled at CCOM as a practice/teaching instrument.
|Man. I (C-g3)||
Quinte 1 1/3’
|Couplers||I/Ped., II/Ped., I/II. Originally mounted on a moveable platform|
As a North American pipe organ, this instrument also has a record in the OHS database: https://pipeorgandatabase.org/organ/71709
In the 2017 photo below (courtesy of Jean-Luc Hébert) Shen Yuan, organ teacher at CCOM, and Canadian organist Isabelle Demers, are coaching a student.