By 1850, Alvinza Andrews had become the proprietor of the sixth-largest organbuilding establishment in the United States. Shipping completed instruments on the New York canal system, and using local materials and personnel, he dramatically undercut his Boston and New York competition. To increase efficiency further, Andrews relocated the firm from Waterville, New York, to downtown Utica in 1852, literally along the southern bank of the Erie Canal.
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Stephen L. Pinel is a native of Burnt Hills, New York. He holds two degrees in sacred music from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey, and pursued further graduate work in musicology at New York University working with Victor Fell Yellin. He was archivist of the Organ Historical Society from 1984 until his retirement in 2010, chair of the St. Wilfrid Club of New York City from 2008 to 2010, and is director of sacred music at St. Ann’s R.C. Church in Hampton, New Jersey. Stephen L. Pinel frequently writes on subjects concerning the organbuilders of New York State.
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