Little Flower Catholic ChurchSt. Louis, Missouri
The organ for Little Flower Catholic Church in the Richmond Heights neighborhood of St. Louis was completed on January 26, 2021. This organ replaces a previous Wicks organ, from which some pipes were retained. Many thanks to Director of Music and Liturgy, Chuck Chauvin and Fr. Herzog for their enthusiastic support.
This room is quite reverberant and the sound of the new organ is engulfing. The new Tuba is based on an EM Skinner model and is smooth and powerful.
This most interesting round, stone church was patterned after Santo Stefano Rotondo church in Rome. This is also one of the first parishes named after St. Therese of Lisieux, the "Little Flower."
Here you see the console set up for a demo video by the Organ Media Foundation. Click below for the first part of the YouTube video from them that documents the installation of this new instrument. You will find a link to the second part at the end of this first part.