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Alan R. Nagel

President and Owner

ST LOUIS PIPE ORGAN CO

HQ Phone:  (314) 355-2002

Email: a***@***.com

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A Sad Kilgen Story | Grebe Piano

grebepiano.com [cached]

ecently in speaking with Alan Nagel, owner of St. Louis Pipe Organ Co, whose firm took over all the Kilgen ledgers and records and service, when Kilgen went bankrupt around 1959 I posed 3 questions.
1.Have you run across ANY Kilgen Tibias in any of the organs that you have serviced since your taking over the company?Answer , NO2.Have you serviced any Kilgen organs in and around St. Louis with wind Pressure 8" or higher? Answer, NO2.Have you come across any Kilgen horseshoe consoles in or around St. Louis?Answer, NO.I had thought, if he did, this would be some clue as to what might have happened at least to some.


Articles & Historic Publications

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ecently in speaking with Alan Nagel, owner of St. Louis Pipe Organ Co, whose firm took over all the Kilgen ledgers and records and service, when Kilgen went bankrupt around 1959 I posed 3 questions.


stlpo_subpage

www.stlouispipeorgan.com [cached]

Since 1991, Alan R. Nagel has been the President of St. Louis Pipe Organ Company.
Alan trained with Max Nagel and contributed to the continued growth of the Company and clientele for 23 years prior to his current appointment as President. Alan attended St. Louis University and is a member of the American Guild of Organists. The St. Louis Chapter of the American Guild of Organists awarded Alan R. Nagel the Artisan of the Year Award in 1999.


IGRAC - Districts - Spoon River District

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Alan Nagel, President of St. Louis Pipe Organ Company, told the church members that this work will "increase the user friendliness of the organ enabling the instrument to be more versatile."Funds for the work were raised in the past two years by projects created by the organ committee and carried out by church members.


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