The OHS Pipe Organ Database

BuilderID 3329

Builder Identification

Established by August A. Klann in Alliance, OH, 1916; relocated to Basic {Waynesboro}, VA, 1918; active in 2015.

Additional Notes

  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North America Organ Builders by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1991). -- Established by August A. Klann in Alliance, OH, 1916; relocated to Basic {Waynesboro}, VA, 1918; active in 2015.

    Staff: Paul Bell; Cindy Fitzgerald; Jim Ivanoff; Curtis Klann; Paul A. Klann; Philip Klann; Robert F. Lent; Robert Morgan; Clarence Roggmann; Kitty Sprouse.

  • August Klann started the company in Ohio, he moved to Virginia to be closer to his largest customer, Barkoff Organ Company. Paul Klann, son of founder Auguste, was president 1952-1995. His son Phillip became president in 1995.

    Originally, organ chest magnets were the main product, but over time the product line was expanded to include consoles and other products. Product offerings in 2015 include consoles, console interiors, console refurbishment, control system installation and testing, pedalboards, windchests, reed switch thumb pistons, pedal valves and cymblesterns.

    (Klann Organ Supply website, accessed Sept 27, 2015)

Database Entries

There are no entries in the database that describe organs by Klann Organ Supply [Klann Inc.].


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