We were commissioned to build a new instrument for the Tangen Kirke in Drammen (Norway). This will be an instrument that is inspired by German organ building of the first …
We make it ourselves
Every part of our instruments is made in our own workshop: design, metal casting, pipe making (essential for an individual sound), furniture making (the case), chests, action and wind supply. This enables quick delivery. The same applies to maintenance and restoration work. If something needs to be replaced, we make the new part ourselves in the style of your instrument. We have our own stock of wood, tin and lead.
Unity through cohesion
We have learnt much from our numerous restoration projects. The finest organs so often prove to be the result of an unequivocal approach to tone and quality. It is this unity that we aim to achieve in our own work. To this end, a harmonic cohesion between all elements of a new or restored organ is absolutely essential. Read more about our approach below.
In the 75-year history of our company we have acquired much experience in restoration and have gained great respect for the work of our predecessors. We treat your instrument as a valuable and integrated work of art, the fruits of the creativity and skill of organ builders through the ages.
You are involved in the design of your instrument. Its appearance and sound must be adapted to the space in which it is to stand. Each of our new organs is unique.
The latest news
We have restored the 1768 Johann Heinrich Hartmann Bätz organ in the Petruskerk in Woerden (NL). The reinauguration took place on June 18, 2019. We have restored the bellows and …
We have built a new organ for the Protestant church of Hem, southwest of Oslo, Norway. The organ has been delivered in November 2018. The inauguration officially took place on …