McLane Organ

Located in Jones Concert Hall 
built by Petty-Madden, 1993 
4 manuals, 92 ranks, electro-pneumatic action

The McLane Organ in Jones Concert Hall, a generous gift from the Drayton McLane family, was designed as an eclectic instrument capable of serving many functions: for solo concerts encompassing the full range of organ literature, for use with orchestra, for teaching advanced organ majors, and for accompanying the many excellent Baylor choirs. It serves all those functions exceedingly well. In addition, the mahogany case, with its gold-leafed free-form metal pipe shades, provides a stunning accent to the 1000-seat concert hall.

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