For Sale

Lowrey Organ – Free to a church who would give it a new home

Lowrey Organ - Free








This organ is a Lowrey Promenade LX400, mahogany cabinet complete with the original owner’s and advanced features manuals. The owner would like to donate it to a worthy and needy group. 
The new owner would need to pick it up in Sarasota, probably with a couple of men to lift it.
If you have a new home in mind, you can call me at 781-254-4131, or email me.
Jack Sullivan 

Beautiful Allen Organ for sale

Allen organ for sale
Allen organ model R281

Allen organ model R281, 2 manual 53 stop, 32 pedals,7 speakers(33″tall),midi division,bench backrest, Allen smart recorder $73k new 1/15/2004. Asking $25k OBO.  cell number 941 468 2078.

The Diapason CD Promotion
As you may know, The Diapason is the oldest continuous journal devoted to the organ, harpsichord, and carillon. In fact, we are celebrating our 110th anniversary in 2019! To carry on this tradition of excellence, we would like to share our wonderful journal with new subscribers, and so we have a special offer that we are happy to share with you and the Sarasota-Manatee chapter.
For new subscriptions and gift subscriptions, we are pleased to offer the following:
  • One free Raven CD with a one-year regular subscription ($43)
  • Two free CDs with a two-year subscription ($77)
  • Three CDs with a three-year subscription ($106)
  • One free CD with a one-year digital edition subscription ($35)
  • One free CD with our student rate subscription, which remains an incredible deal at only $20 per year
All levels of subscription include full access to our recently updated website: thediapason.comThere, subscribers can read timely information regarding recitals and upcoming events, and read full issues of the magazine going all the way back to 1966, with more to come.
I have attached a promotional flyer PDF, which I hope you will share with your chapter members, perhaps in your monthly newsletter. If you would like print copies for members, let me know how many are needed and where to send them. Those interested in a free sample copy (print or digital) can email me with appropriate contact information, and we’ll take care of that right away!
On a related note, we are always looking for ways to partner with local organizations to advance the music we all hold dear. If you or your chapter does not already do so, I encourage you to make a habit of sending us information regarding your local events and appointments.
Thank you for your time,
Andrew Schaeffer
Editor-at-Large, The Diapason