Chapel Organ

The Naval Academy Chapel organ dates back to 1908. The Hutchins Organ Company of Boston, MA built the original instrument. In 1940, the Moeller Organ Company of Hagerstown, MD was contracted to build a larger instrument to support music in the newly enlarged chapel. Through the years, the organ has undergone several enhancements and renovations. Most of these enrichments to the instrument have been made possible through generous gifts of individuals and classes. The current instrument, comprised of both pipe and digital voices, totals 268 ranks and is controlled by two consoles.

Chancel Console Specifications

  • 268 ranks plus percussion and traps
  • 522 drawknobs
  • 796 total controls
  • 15,688 equivalent pipes
  • For complete details and specifications of the organ, please visit the Organ Specifications Page

    Organ console and tonal expansion paid for by a gift from the Class of 1951.
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