Orgel is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Doris Orgel (born 1929), children's literature author
  • Leslie Orgel (1927-2007), British chemist
  • Stephen Orgel (21st century), Professor of English at Stanford University

It may also refer to the Japanese word for a musical box, orgel (オルゴール, orugōru?), or from the Dutch/German word for the musical instrument organ, "orgel".

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Orgel - See Also
... Orgle This page or section lists people with the surname Orgel ... If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link ...
Stephen Orgel
... Stephen Orgel is Professor of English at Stanford University ... Best known as a scholar of Shakespeare, Orgel writes primarily about the political and historical context of Renaissance literature ... Orgel received his B.A ...
The Ball Of Count Orgel
... The Ball of Count Orgel (French Le Bal du comte d'Orgel) is a French film from 1970 ... It was the last film directed by Marc Allégret, who was also the producer of this film ...
Real Sound: Kaze No Regret - Sequels
... A sequel to Kaze no Regret called Kiri no Orgel (霧のオルゴール?) was under development as a second game in what was intended to become the Real Sound series ... Kiri no Orgel was to feature a horror theme ... Story arcs from Kiri no Orgel were later employed by Eno in D2 ...
The Ball Of Count Orgel - Cast
... Jean-Claude Brialy Le comte Anne d'Orgel (English Count Anne of Orgel) Sylvie Fennec La comtesse Mahé d'Orgel (English Countess Mahé of Orgel) Bruno Garcin François de Seyrieuse ... Naoumof) Marpessa Dawn Marie Claude Gensac Mademoiselle d'Orgel (English Orgel's daughter) Ginette Leclerc Hortense d'Austerlitz (English Hortense of Austerlitz ...