Considering a good organ is built to last for centuries, not decades, the fact that Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary embarked to purchase a mechanical action (tracker) pipe organ in the late 1980s is a significant event in the history of the institution and the synod.

What is the story behind the wood, lead, and tin that have been crafted into a strong and powerful instrument that leads the worship at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary? What goes into selecting and building a real pipe organ? What impact has the instrument had in shaping the future of worship and the arts in the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod? Through interviews and demonstrations, Opus 54 tells the history and impact of the magnificent pipe organ that resides in the chapel of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, Mequon, WI.

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