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David Tannenburg, born in Germany in 1728, is considered the foremost North American organ builder of the 18th century. The organ he built for the Moravians, called the Great Organ, was installed in the home Moravian Church in Salem in 1800. This organ, silent for the past 100 years, has been restored. Of the 644 original pipes, 628 were located and used in the restoration.