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The Return Of The Maurine Jackson Smith Organ
The Return Of The Maurine Jackson Smith Organ

AIR DATE: October 10, 2013

In 2012, a faulty sprinkler rained water down on the Maurine Jackson Smith Organ in the Doc Rando Grillot Recital Hall. The organ sustained very serious damage to the wind chests, the console and the facade. After two years, the organ is finally repaired and ready to play. Las Vegas organist Paul Hesselink talks about the repair project and the re-inauguration concert planned for Friday evening.


Paul Hesselink, Southern Nevada Chapter, American Guild of Organists 

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