Quimby Pipe Organs

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Quimby Pipe Organs, Inc. is an American builder of pipe organs, based in Warrensburg, Missouri.

The firm was founded in 1970 by Michael Quimby, President and Tonal Director, and incorporated in the State of Missouri in 1980. The company has built and restored organs throughout the United States, notably including the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine (New York City), St. Paul's Cathedral (San Diego), and Catalina United Methodist Church (Tucson, Arizona).

Along with new instruments and restorations, Quimby Pipe Organs also has an active service department, maintaining and tuning many instruments in the Midwest and across the country.

Quimby Pipe Organs is a member firm of APOBA, the Associated Pipe Organ Builders of America, and co-sponsors the American Guild of Organists' biannual Regional Competitions for Young Organists.

Further reading[edit]

  • Pickering, David (2012). The Auditorium Organ. Richmond: OHS Press.
  • Whitney, Craig R. (2003). All the Stops: the Glorious Pipe Organ and its American Masters. New York: PublicAffairs.

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