Builders of fine pipe organs for Worship, School, Concert Hall and Residence
Santa Fe, NM Moller Artiste player organ restoration Private Residence
We have restored a Moller residence organ from 1933 which includes the Moller Artiste player with rolls. This organ was originally 5 ranks plus chimes and installed in a home in Hornell NY. It was prepared on the console and in the original drawing for a Harp and a soft string stop. We have added these using vintage Moller parts including switches to add to the original Moller relay. All additions were made in the locations shown on the original drawing and the organ will be installed in a new space that has been built identical to the original. The organ plays on all restored original electrical control systems. The photo you see is of the organ set up in the Kegg shop. The YouTube video is of the Artiste playing a roll that features the new Harp. This organ will be installed in its new home in February 2015.
The Diapason Bryn Athyn Cathedral
Our new organ for Bryn Athyn Cathedral was featured on the cover of the December 2014 issue of The Diapason. Please have a look at the article and click below for more information about the instrument. Please be patient as the article is a large file.
Church on the Circle United Methodist Cleveland, Ohio New Kegg console
We have built a new console for this organ that was built by E.M.Skinner in 1927 as Opus 645, and extensively rebuilt by Holtkamp in 1954. The chancel of the church has been remodeled to open the space with a new marble and stone floor in addition to making the chancel completely accessible. This movable console includes carved details from portions of woodwork that was removed in the chancel renovation. The console was in place for Christmas of 2014.
Our Lady of Fatima Roman Catholic Church
Kegg rebuild of Hoffman organ with additions
Our current project is a significant rebuild and additions to the 1960s Otto Hoffman organ of this church. The organ will enjoy a new Choir division along with tonal changes and additions to shift the color of the organ from German to French. The design was done in collaboration with musician Keith D'Anna and will be 4 manuals and 65 ranks. The completion of this instrument will be in time for Easter, 2015. Watch here for further announcements about this project.
In the photo above you see the computer rendering of the Fatima Trompette below the rear window.