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Opus 102’s casework is made from quartersawn white oak.
This portative organ is comfortable to play
thanks to its matching bench.

Létourneau Continuo Organ (Opus 102)

Designed to accompany small choral or instrumental ensembles, this compact pipe organ is housed within casework of white oak displaying façade pipes of 70% tin. The single manual has a compass of 54 notes.

The stop list:

Manual
8′ Gedackt
4′ Flute
2′ Principal
1-1/3′ Quint

The 2′ and 1-1/3′ stops are divided in the bass and the treble with a movable point of division (B/C or C/C#). The organ can also be instantly transposed between A=440 Hz and A=415 Hz as required; the organ's open pipes are equipped with tuning sleeves to permit tuning in a variety of temperaments.

The blower is detached and built into a matching soundproofed enclosure. Both organ and blower are built on casters for easy movement.


Casavant Frères Opus 1274 from 1928.

Casavant Frères Organ (Opus 1274, 1928)

Orgues Létourneau is offering a 30-stop, 30-rank pipe organ rebuilt to like-new condition for USD$550,000. The instrument’s core is Casavant Frères Opus 1274 from 1928 with electro-pneumatic wind chests; the revised specification incorporates up to five new stops built by Létourneau.

The price includes installation costs, on-site voicing, an allowance for casework in red oak, a rebuilt two-manual console with a solid-state switching system and 100 memory levels, and a 10-year warranty. Transportation from Québec not included.

This organ requires approximately 360 sq. ft. with 20’ ceiling for 16’ ranks. For more details and the proposed specification, contact us or call Andrew Forrest at 450-774-2698.


Casavant Frères Opus 2295 from 1955.

Casavant Frères Organ (Opus 2295, 1955)

Orgues Létourneau is offering a 43-stop, 43-rank pipe organ rebuilt to like-new condition for USD$839,000. The instrument’s core is Casavant Frères’ Opus 2295 from 1955 with electro-pneumatic wind chests; the revised specification incorporates up to eighteen new stops built by Létourneau.

The price includes installation costs, on-site voicing, an allowance for casework in red oak, a rebuilt two-manual console with a solid-state switching system and 100 memory levels, and a 10-year warranty. Transportation from Québec not included.

This organ requires approximately 500 sq. ft. with 20’ ceiling for 16’ ranks. For more details and the proposed specification, contact us or call Andrew Forrest at 450-774-2698.


Casavant Frères Opus 2518 from 1959.

Casavant Frères Organ (Opus 2518, 1959)

Orgues Létourneau is offering a 50-stop, 54-rank rebuilt pipe organ in like-new condition for USD$949,000. The instrument’s core is Casavant Frères’ Opus 2518 from 1959 with electro-pneumatic wind chests; the revised specification incorporates up to sixteen new stops built by Létourneau.

The price includes installation costs, on-site voicing, an allowance for casework in red oak, a rebuilt two-manual console with a solid-state switching system and 100 memory levels, and a 10-year warranty. Transportation from Québec not included.

This organ requires approximately 570 sq. ft. with 20’ ceiling for 16’ ranks. For more details and the proposed specification, contact us or call Andrew Forrest at 450-774-2698.