Möller 'Portable' Pipe Organ, Borchers Chapel, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Cortland, Indiana

A Moller 'Portible' Artiste has been installed at Borcher's Chapel, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, near Cortland, Indiana.

"Hymns by Ed Bruenjes"

"Another hymn by Ed Bruenjes"

"Holy Holy Holy - Diapason Conique"

"My Faith Looks Up to Thee - Gedeckt"

"Abide with Me - Salicional & Gedeckt"

"Beautiful Savior"

"Stop Samples"

Stoptabs courtesy of Randall Newman.
The original stoptabs had disintegrated and had been replaced by wood tongue depressors. Trevor Dodd replaced the depressors with the perfectly matched set of stoptabs provided by Randall Newman.

This organ was installed at Borcher's Chapel of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Cortland, Indiana, October 16, 2009.

Photographs of the organ while in studio at Indiana University - South East.

Pipe Organ Dimensions 7' 10" width, 6'8" tall, 30" depth


Lieblich Gedeckt 8'
Salicional 8'
Syn Quintadena 8'
Lieblich Flute 4'
Salicet 4'
Nazard 2 2/3'
Piccolo 2'
Syn Oboe 8'


Diapason Conique 8'
Lieblich Gedeckt 8'
Salicional 8'
Octave Conique 4'
Quint 2 2/3'
Super Octave 2'
Swell to Great


Bourdon 16'
Lieblich 8'
Octave Conique 4'
Flute 4'

A technical note on historical nomenclature: The actual first model designation of this Moller unit organ built by the Moller company is "Portable". The "Portable" Mollers were Artiste organs with a self-contained keyboard and rollers.

The general term "Artiste" and later "Artisan" is the common use name that is most widely used for small unit organs built by Moller, including the "portable" line built with self contained keyboards and rollers.