Moller player roll perforator Restoration and operation
Charles Kegg has been working for some years at The American Organ Institute at The University of Oklahoma on the restoration of the Moller master rolls and roll perforating machine they have acquired.These are used to make player rolls for the Moller Artiste roll player that was made in the late 1920s and '30s. There is ongoing work toward the preservation of the historic master rolls. In this video you can see Charles operating the perforator. There are no plans for large-scale production of new rolls until the master rolls are stabilized and digitized.
New pipe organ for St. Peter Catholic Church Canton, Ohio
Our new organ for St. Peter Church was completed on December 16. The dedication concert was presented by Dr. John Schwandt on May 1, 2016. Please click below for more details.
Southern California Additions to a 2010 Kegg residence organ
In November we completed additions to our 2010 residence organ located in southern California. We have added an independent Tierce in the enclosed section and also added three new stops in a new unenclosed section. The new unenclosed stops are Trumpet 8', open wood Flute 8' and Clarinet 8'. For more information including the expanded specification, please click below.
Southern California A new residence organ installation Rebuilt Schlicker pipe organ, 5 ranks
November 2015 saw the installation of a rebuilt Schlicker practice organ in a private residence in southern California. This organ started life in Rochester NY, perhaps in a practice room at Eastman School of Music. We have releathered the organ and installed a new switching system and console LED lighting to provide the new owner many years of service.
Advent Lutheran Church Uniontown, Ohio
We have rebuilt the Moller/Schantz organ of Advent Lutheran Church. Completion was on September 30, 2015. Click below for more information.