The pipe organ at Trinity Cathedral was built by Muller Pipe Organ Company in the American Classic tradition. In great measure, it is modeled after the G. Donald Harrison instrument at All Saints Episcopal Church in Worcester, Massachusetts.
The beautiful custom-built console is a measured reproduction Aeolian-Skinner. The cabinet is constructed of quarter-sawn and rift-cut white oak with walnut interior. The moveable console features keyboards of bone naturals and ebony sharps. It is also fully equipped with a multiple memory level combination action, transposer, and a record/playback sequencer.
In 2017, Burton K. Tidwell LLC conducted a complete tonal reconstruction, at which time the flutes were revoiced and tonally finished.
See the stop list here.