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Directory of Notable Classical Organs around the world


Belgorod organ hall
Leon Boelmann Toccata from "Gothic Suite" - Timur Khaliullin
Bombardo-Carillon for organ 4 feet Op.47. - Timur Khaliullin & Stanislav Yakovlev
A Little Night Music - Timur Khaliullin
Belgorod organ hall Belgorod organ hall
Belgorod organ hall
Bovenkerk, Kampen
Hungarian dance - Gert van Hoef
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Albertus Anthoni Hinsz carried out extensive work on the organ in the years 1741 -1743: he renewed all wind channels, the drawers and the government work. On this occasion, the existing disposition was somewhat extended. This made it the largest organ made by Hinsz.
Saint Martin-church Dudelange
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba - Gert van Hoef
Saint Martin-church Dudelange Saint Martin-church Dudelange
Saint Martin-church Dudelange
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Chapel Organ Of Ellesmere College
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik Jonathan Scott
Chapel Organ Of Ellesmere College Chapel Organ Of Ellesmere College
Chapel Organ Of Ellesmere College
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Église Saint-jacques Sur Coudenberg, Brussels
Dance Of The Blessed Spirits - Jonathan Scott
Église Saint-jacques Sur Coudenberg, Brussels Église Saint-jacques Sur Coudenberg, Brussels
Église Saint-jacques Sur Coudenberg, Brussels
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CGKV Harlingen
Alla Hornpipe - Gert van Hoef
1a Trumpet Voluntary -
CGKV Harlingen organ CGKV Harlingen organ
CGKV Harlingen organ
The organ of the Dutch Reformed Church (Grote Kerk) in Harlingen: a unique Hinsz organ, dating from 1776 and perfectly adjusted to the unique acoustics of the church. In 2011 the organ was restored/reconstructed to the situation of 1776 and the grandeur of that period.
Mūpa Budapest, Hungary
An Introduction - Jonathan Scott
Organ Mupa Budapest Organ Mupa Budapest
Organ Mupa Budapest
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The organ of the concert hall, inaugurated on 22 May 2006,[7] has 92 stops and 5 manuals as well as 470 wooden pipes, 5028 tin pipes and 1214 reed pipes.
Nieuwe Kerk, Katwijk
Hallelujah - G.F. Händel - Gert van Hoef
Nieuwe Kerk, Katwijk Nieuwe Kerk, Katwijk
Nieuwe Kerk, Katwijk
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Church of the Holy Name of Jesus, Manchester
Organ Concert - Jonathan Scott
Church of the Holy Name of Jesus Church of the Holy Name of Jesus
Church of the Holy Name of Jesus
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The National Pipe Organ Register
The organ is located at the west end of the nave. Built in 1871 by William Hill & Son of London, it has 48 speaking stops over three-manuals and pedals.
It was completely rebuilt in 1926 by Messrs Wadsworth Ltd and restored in 2004. It is maintained by David Wells of Liverpool. The pipes on the front of the case are ornately diapered and were restored to their original colour scheme of lighter shades of red and green with gold motifs. Above the organ and choir loft are two gilded angels.
Concert Hall of The Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester

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Concert - Saturday 31st October 2020 - Jonathan Scott
The Royal Northern College of Music The Royal Northern College of Music
The Royal Northern College of Music
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Basílica de Santa María, Elche, Spain
Winter (Four Seasons) - Jonathan Scott
Figaro's Aria - Rossini - Jonathan Scott
Basílica de Santa María, Elche, Spain Basílica de Santa María, Elche, Spain
Basílica de Santa María, Elche, Spain
Trost Organ in Waltershausen
Demonstration of Stops Balint Karosi demonstrates the organ
J. S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in B Minor BWV 544 | Sonata No. 4 - Andante. Balint Karosi.
J. S. Bach Hans André Stamm
Trost Organ in Waltershausen Trost Organ in Waltershausen
Trost Organ in Waltershausen
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The Trost organ at Walterhausen Stadtkirche was heard to be mild and elegant, unlike the powerful organs of Thuringian Trost’s Saxon contemporary, Gottfried Silbermann.
Trost organs were known to J.S. Bach and admired by him, their plena are much less brilliant and thus easier to endure over many minutes of musical declaration, yet the sound is crystal clear and thus ideal for counterpoint.
Very forward looking, the organ is a precursor to the gallant style prevalent fifty years later. Trost introduced new features to organs which are included in this rare, extant, example among the 30 organs he is believed to have built. As do other Thuringian organs, it emphasises fundamental tonality with a great number of 8’ stops, transmissions from the Great to the Pedal, mixtures with thirds, and unusual stops such as Unda Maris and Doppelflöte.
Unlike earlier and north German organs, this epitome of the Thuringian organ does not follow the werkprinzip in the layout of divisions and casework.
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St. Andreas (Ostönnen)
1721
Ave Maris Stella Clavecin Vicens
Praeambulum super D, Buxheimer Orgelbuch. Clavecin Vicens
St. Andreas (Ostönnen) St. Andreas (Ostönnen)
St. Andreas (Ostönnen)
Dennis Wubs
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Kristine kryrka, Falun, Sweden
Pièce héroïque - Charlie Brusquini
Kristine kryrka, Falun, Sweden Kristine kryrka, Falun, Sweden
Kristine kryrka, Falun, Sweden
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Taiwan National Concert Hall
Mozart - Symphony No.40 - Jonathan Scott
Taiwan National Concert Hall Taiwan National Concert Hall
Taiwan National Concert Hall
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Weiwuying
Nimrod Jonathan Scott performs his solo organ arrangement of Nimrod (Enigma Variations Op. 36) by Edward Elgar. introduction and demonstration by Jonathan Scott
Weiwuying organ Weiwuying organ
Weiwuying organ
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WeiWuYing - National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts, Taiwan. The pipe organ at the Concert Hall is manufactured by Johannes Klais Orgelbau. The product of the century-old German manufacturer consists of 9,085 pipes, making it the largest pipe organ in Taiwan.