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Little Flower Church
St. Louis, Missouri
New pipe organ completion

The new pipe organ for Little Flower Catholic Church in St. Louis was completed on January 26. This most interesting round, stone church was patterned after Santo Stefano Rotondo church in Rome. This is also one of the first parishes named after St. Therese of Lisieux, the "Little Flower."

The new Kegg organ is 3 manuals and 26 ranks including a high pressure Tuba in its own expression box. The center of the organ case is concave which echos the shape of the balcony. Please click below for more information.


The American Organist, August 2020
Our Lady of Czenstochowa Church
Coventry, Rhode Island

Our new 3 manual 22 rank instrument for Our Lady of Czenstochowa Church will be featured on the cover of the August issue of The American Organist. Click below for more information.

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Chapel of Christ The King
Christendom College, Front Royal, Virginia
New pipe organ commission

We are honored to have been commissioned to build a 4 manual 47 rank pipe organ for the new Chapel of Christ The King at Christendom College. This new instrument will be built in time for the completion of the Gothic chapel, now under construction. Completion is planned for early 2022. Please click below for more information.

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Dr. 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.


Moller player roll perforator
Restoration and operation

Charles Kegg worked 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 acquired. These are used to make player rolls for the Moller Artiste roll player that was made in the late 1920s and '30s.

In this video you can see Charles operating the perforator in the former AOI shop.

Since this video was made, the perforator, master rolls and all documentation have been acquired by Charles and have been moved to the Kegg pipe organ shop where further restoration will take place along with new Moller roll production.




Kegg Pipe Organ Builders
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Come see our 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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Kegg Pipe Organ Builders
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