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Masonic Temple, Skinner Organ
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The Skinner Organ in the Scottish Rite Cathedral (renamed Jack White Theater in June 2013) at the Masonic Temple can be played from two manuals, the one you are viewing, and another that is above the lobby in its own second-floor room.  In addition, an echo chamber was built at the back of the theater.  The tables on the stage were set up for the cast of a movie that was being filmed somewhere in the building.

Copyright: David Mariotti
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Taken: 23/12/2011
Uploaded: 04/01/2012
Updated: 25/03/2015
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Tags: masonic temple; pipe organs; organ; architecture
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