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Map showing St Mary's Catholic Church


St Mary's Catholic Church at North Sydney was opened in 1868. The organ is dedicated to the memory of Raymond Hahn, the choir master and organist at St Mary's from 1888 to 1942, so the organ was evidently moved there from a previous, unknown location, sometime after his death. Apart from a Hohl Flute on the Great instead of a Stopped Diapason, it is identical to the organ placed in St Mary's Catholic church in Grafton in 1914.

The organ was restored in 1982 by Pitchford & Garside and the Great Dolce and Harmonic Flute were replaced with a Principal and Fifteenth as the instrument had been considered inadequate since it was moved to the newer and larger church in 1938. The Harmonic Flute was incorporated into the Whitehouse organ in the Chatswood Church of Christ which was being rebuilt at that time by the same firm.

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