Munson Chapel, Azusa Pacific University

Azusa, CA

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    Munson Chapel on the campus of Azusa Pacific University is home to a four-manual Rodgers Infinity organ with eight ranks of pipes.
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    The University sign on the outside of Munson Chapel is a prominent feature at the Southwest corner of the campus.
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    Dr. Robert Tall and Nelson Dodge voicing the Rodgers Infinity 484 digital organ to blend seamlessly with the wind-blown pipes.
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    The view of the stage upon entering the Chapel.
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    Munson Chapel is adjacent to the School of Music and is the primary recital hall for piano and organ students.
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    The Chapel with recital lighting.
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    The Azusa Pacific University School of Music is home to one of the largest organ programs in Southern California that prepares students for music ministry.
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    The Rodgers Infinity 484 features 84 stops and a total of 442 speaking voices.
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    A standing ovation for inaugural recital organist Dr. Fred Swann.
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    Azusa Pacific University organ students with organ professor Dr. Janet Harms (far right).
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    Lot's of interest in the new organ following the inaugural concert.
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    L to R: Nelson Dodge, Gregory Elmore, Dr. Fred Swan, Dr. Janet Harms, Manuel Rosales.