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Two-Story Organ to Be Heard Again

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Two-Story Organ to Be Heard Again

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Two-Story Organ to Be Heard Again

Two-Story Organ to Be Heard Again

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From member station WFDD in Winston-Salem, N.C., Stephanie Martin reports that restorers have worked for years without a blueprint to reassemble a jumble of pipes and mashed pieces into the world's largest 18th-century organ. It will be heard in concert tomorrow for the first time in nearly a century.