Meier Music Window and Reddel Organ
Providing an impressive backdrop to the west gallery wall of the Chapel are nearly 5,500 organ pipes flanking the Meier Music Window. This stained glass window depicts the role of music in Christian life and worship and is illustrated with various instruments ranging from a harp to a French horn. The organ console is located in the west gallery where there also is seating for choirs and orchestras. The organ, widely known for the quality of its powerful sounds, was designed and constructed by Herman Schlicker and the Schlicker Organ Co. and renovated in 1996 by Dobson Pipe Organ Builders. The organ has 101 ranks and is a four-manual console with pedal and 77 stops.