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St. John Vianney Theological Seminary
Denver, Colorado
The Diapason cover feature

Our new organ for St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver has been featured on the cover of The Diapason. Click below to find the complete article.

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Adam Pajan records the Kegg Pipe Organ
Basilica of St. John the Baptist
Canton, Ohio

Dr. Adam Pajan, concert artist and faculty member at the University of Oklahoma, Norman has just completed a recording for the Raven label at the Kegg organ of the Basilica of St. John the Baptist in Canton. The program includes works by Harris, Bairstow, Whitlock, Barnes, Howells, and Jongen. You will want to look for this CD as it is released in early 2018!

Many thanks to Adam, recording engineer Christoph Frommen, and hosts Fr. John Sheridan and Music Director Bobby Sullivan on this exciting project.

St. John Vianney Theological Seminary
Denver, Colorado
New pipe organ for Christ the King Chapel

Our new pipe organ for St. John Vianney Seminary was completed on January 22. Click below for more details.

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Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church
Bronx, New York
New organ under construction

Recently completed is a rebuilt pipe organ for Our Lady of Mount Carmel, retaining many pipes from the existing Kilgen organ of 1935. This organ is installed in the existing Sanctuary pipe chamber. The console is large enough to control the Gallery organ which is a Skinner/Kilgen instrument circa 1937. The Gallery organ will be rebuilt after the Sanctuary instrument is completed. The Sanctuary organ was installed in the late Summer, in time for the 100th anniversary of the parish on September 2.

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.

Kegg Pipe Organ Builders
YouTube channel
Come see our new video about the Kegg company

This was originally published in two parts. It is now a single video with both parts together.


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