The Diapason (magazine)

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The Diapason
Type business magazine
Format Paper and online magazine
Owner(s) Scranton Gillette Communications
Language English
Headquarters Arlington Heights, Illinois, USA
Circulation 5,000
ISSN 8750-9229
Official website The Diapason

The Diapason is a magazine serving those who build and play organs.[1] Content includes concert and recital announcements, information on building and maintaining organs and profiles of notable organists.

As of July 2013, The Diapason reaches about 5,000 subscribers. [2]

The magazine was founded in 1909 by Siegfried E. Gruenstein.[3] It is currently owned and published by Scranton Gillette Communications.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Professional Organizations and Publications". Organmaster Shoes. Retrieved 29 July 2013. 
  2. ^ Joyce Robinson, Editorial Director of The Diapason. 
  3. ^ The Diapason Anniversary Print Issue. Scranton Gillette Communications. 2009. p. 3. 

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