Located in Markham Organ Studio
built by Orgues Letourneau, 1993
3 manuals, 39 ranks, mechanical action (Swell and Positiv expressive)
The Markham Organ Studio in the McCrary Music Building at Baylor University is the teaching studio of Dr. Isabelle Demers, Associate Professor of Organ at Baylor. The studio was named for Dr. Robert Markham, who taught organ at Baylor for over fifty years. The stoplist for the Letourneau organ was planned by Dr. Joyce Jones. In a reverberant acoustical setting, it is a versatile organ capable of playing all styles of literature. The organ has a suspended action, with a 64-level solid-state combination action. It is used for smaller departmental recitals, sophomore solo recitals, and organ studio class, and is the major teaching instrument for the organ department.