The most interesting organs I was allowed to play myself


These are organs I have played myself - well, I did not give any concerts on them (there are definitely better organists for that :-), but either I played during worship services or I was allowed
to play "just for fun".
Note: enlarge the pictures by clicking on them; view the stoplist by clicking on the links.

  Click here for sound samples (audio und video files) I recorded myself.


Baroque organs:

D, Weingarten, Basilica
Gabler, Kuhn (1750-1983)
169 ranks, 63 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

The Gabler organ is legendary for its complete setting. Considering its size, it offers an unexpectedly reserved sound with beautiful individual voices: listening to the flutes and strings might well throw you into raptures. Then again large plenum combinations with a strong pedal Bombarde are possible, too. The console itself is probably one of the most beautiful ever used in organ building. The only slight disadvantage is the fact that pedal and coupled manuals are a bit "stiff" to play. Nonetheless this is an absolutely marvelous organ.
D, Neresheim, Abbey Church
Holzhay, Kuhn und ? (1797-?)
106 ranks, 74 voices/registers (+ 1 ext. + 4 tr.), 3 manuals

A short impression:

The beautiful Holzhey organ with its bold façade has been masterly restored by Kuhn and sounds really good with Bach, the later Baroque masters and also Mendelssohn. In addition the choir organ has been electrically connected to the mechanic main console so that you can create interesting echo effects.
D, Hamburg, St. Jacobi
Schnitger, Ahrend (1693-1993)
98 ranks, 60 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Superbly restored baroque grand organ - playing Buxtehude, Bach etc. is lots of fun (and it sure feels nice sitting there between the 32' towers :-) I just wonder if this organ would sound even better with Bach works in a well-tempered intonation...
D, Norden, St. Ludgeri
De Mare, Evers, Schnitger, Ahrend (1567-1985)
77 ranks, 46 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Another fantastic organ, with its fresh and crisp sound particularly suited for early Baroque music.
D, Ottobeuren, Abbey (Trinity organ)
Riepp, Steinmeyer (1766-1914)
73 ranks, 50 voices/registers, 4 manuals

A short impression:

A Southern German Late Baroque organ with some definitely French elements: Riepp's skill in voicing is remarkable and the reeds especially are sheer delight.
F, Versailles, Cathédrale
Clicquot, Cavaillé-Coll, ..., Haerpfer (1761-1989)
65 ranks, 46 voices /registers (1 x 32'), 3 manuals

A short impression:

This instrument genuinely unites two organs in one: one is a Baroque (Clicquot) organ, conserved almost in its original form, the other one a Romantic (Cavaillé-Coll). The rich instrumentation with reeds and aliquots makes it typically French. It is an organ with a fantastic sound; and almost anything will work on it.
F, Ribeauvillé, Saint-Grégoire
Legros, Silbermann, Kern (1702-1984)
60 ranks, 41 voices/registers, 4 manuals

A short impression:

Even though this organ is almost completely new it sounds very much like a Silbermann organ. Especially the reeds and aliquots are exceptionally good.
CH, Sankt Urban, Monastery Church (Klosterkirche)
Bossard, Kuhn (1721-1991)
59 ranks, 39 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

One of the oldest organs preserved in Switzerland. It only has a short pedal, so not all literature can be played on it. It rewards you, however, with long forgotten beautiful sound colors – you could "inebriate yourself" playing it.
F, Strasbourg, Saint-Pierre-le-Jeune Protestant
Silbermann, Sauer, Kern (1780-1966)
57 ranks, 40 voices/registers (+ 1 tr.), 3 manuals

A short impression:

This is the organ used by Helmut Walcha for his legendary Bach recordings the 1960ies - and for good reason: this organ has a remarkably warm, good-natured sound.
D, Tangermünde, St. Stephan
Scherer, Röder, Lütkemüller, Furtwängler & Hammer, A. Schuke (1624-1994)
56 ranks, 32 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

This organ was uncompromisingly restored back to the original. On the one hand this significantly reduces the playable repertoire, but on the other hand one is rewarded with a very authentic Early Baroque sound rarely to be found elsewhere.
D, Brandenburg, Cathedral St. Peter und Paul
Wagner, A. Schuke (1725-1999)
51 ranks, 33 voices/registers, 2 manuals

A short impression:

Probably the most important restored Wagner organ, since the major part of the Wagner substance was still preserved. It is just excellent for the presentation of Baroque and Late Baroque music.
D, Basedow, Village Church
Gercke, Herbst, A. Schuke (1683-1983)
46 ranks, 33 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

You would not expect an organ of such size and quality in a little village church in the Mecklenburg Lake District. But then it does have a legendary fame among experts - rightly so: it is absolutely excellent for the presentation of Early Baroque works.
D, Angermünde, St. Marien
Wagner, A. Schuke (1744-1974)
36 ranks, 30 voices/registers, 2 manuals

A short impression:

One of the few Wagner organs that have been preserved and well restored. Its sound is a bit warmer and more ample than that of its sister instrument in Brandenburg. Especially the flutes are excellent and the voices combine beautifully.


Romantic Organs:

USA, Atlantic City, Boardwalk (Convention) Hall
Midmer-Losh (1932)
449 ranks, 314 voices/registers + 229 ext + 129 tr. (1 x 64', 9 x 32'), 7 manuals

A short impression:

Auch wenn die "Wanamaker"-Orgel einige Ranks mehr aufweist, hält DIESE Orgel sämtliche anderen Rekorde: Eins von zwei 64'-Registern weltweit plus neun 32'-Hochdruckregister mit unglaublichen Mensuren und Wandstärken und einer Wucht, die die riesige Halle zum Beben bringt. Allein der 2015 spielbare Teil der Orgel (etwa ein Drittel der Register) entwickelt bereits eine umwerfende Klanggewalt. Weiterhin beinhaltet diese Orgel die lautesten Register der Welt, die höchsten Winddrücke (bis zu 100"!), die meisten Manuale (einziger 7-manualiger Spieltisch der Welt), den größten Tastenumfang und – wenn sie einmal vollständig restauriert sein wird – auch die meisten Pfeifen (> 33.000)... eine echte "amerikanische" Orgel der Superlative. (translation coming soon)
GB, Liverpool, Anglican Cathedral (main organ)
Willis, Wells (1926-now)
194 ranks, 150 voices/registers + 1 ext + 1 tr. (6 x 32'), 5 manuals

A short impression:

Die größte Orgel Englands in der größten Kathedrale Englands ist in jeder Hinsicht beeindruckend: Sie vereint nicht nur vielfältigste Klangfarben, so dass fast die gesamte Orgelliteratur spielbar ist, sondern verfügt auch über eine unglaubliche Dynamik vom leisesten Säuseln bis zur massiven Kraft. Die "Trompette Militaire" in der Kuppel steht auf 50" Winddruck und ist absolut beeindruckend. Sie ist nur mit einem speziellen Schlüssel spielbar. Die Mensuren und Wandstärken vor allem der Pedalpfeifen sind ebenso beeindruckend... eine Orgel zum Schwärmen. (translation coming soon)
CH, Engelberg, Monastery Church (Klosterkirche), main organ
Goll, Graf (1877-1993)
157 ranks, 137 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

This organ, Switzerland's largest, offers an incredible wealth of romantic sound colors - one afternoon is simply not enough to savor it all. When the organ was renovated it was deliberately not reconstructed as an all-round organ that could do everything. It may not be absolutely ideal for Baroque music, but that is perfectly acceptable since the church has a separate choir organ voiced specially for that purpose. With Mendelssohn, Rheinberger or Franck, on the other hand, this organ is at its best.
D, Berlin, Dom (main organ)
Sauer (1905-2007)
133 ranks, 112 voices/registers (3 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

This organ, dating back from the late Romantic period, is conserved almost completely in its original state. On the one hand this limits the literature that can be played authentically, on the other hand it offers long forgotten lyrical sound colors especially for the German Romantic composers. Despite its remarkable size of 133 ranks it sounds rather unobtrusive.
D, Wiesbaden, Market Church
Walcker, Sauer, Oberlinger (1863-1985)
122 ranks, 85 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Through careful enlargements the original Max Reger organ has become quite multi-talented. Nonetheless, it still is especially suited for music from the Romantic period. It has an incredibly full sound; and the console (mind you, it is from 1982!) is ingenious, containing all kinds of amenities including MIDI and a sequencer.
D, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Auen Church
Furtwängler & Hammer, Noeske (1897-2007)
118 ranks, 80 voices/registers + 1 ext. + 3 tr. (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

This organ, second largest church organ in Berlin (next to the Berlin Cathedral organ) is amazing in that you can authentically play works from the Baroque as well as from the Romantic period, thanks to a remarkably versatile stoplist, combined with very sensitive voicing and good acoustics. Three stops are still under construction, one of them a Physharmonica - once they have been added things will get even more exciting.
CH, Sankt Gallen, St. Maria Neudorf
Willisau, Kuhn (1928-2007)
93 ranks, 77 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

A great late-romantic organ with some echoes of the Alsatian organ reform. The reeds especially are fantastic. Having a forceful 16' Pedal Principal together with the 10 2/3' you do not really miss a 32'. Have a look at the surroundings of the organ, too - a beautiful Art Nouveau church.
GB, Glasgow, St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral
Hill, Harrison & Harrison, Norman & Beard (1871-1990)
69 ranks, 57 voices/registers + 2 ext., 3 manuals

A short impression:

Typical English organ with a warm sound, a forceful tuba and a rich pedal. The neo-baroque additions blend in well and only little change the basic character of the organ, but they remarkably enlarge the repertoire that can be played.


Modern organs:

USA, WestPoint, Military Academy, Cadet Chapel
Möller, VanSeters, Ferguson, Chapman (1911-heute)
380 ranks, 303 voices/registers + 177 ext + 130 tr. (7 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Die inzwischen größte Kirchenorgel der Welt verteilt sich über die gesamte Kirche und bietet somit vollen "Surround-Sound". Sie beinhaltet eine riesige Fülle von Klangfarben und Aliquoten, mit der sich so ziemlich jede erdenkliche Klangfarbe erzeugen lässt. Auch die Dynamik ist in jeder Tonlage beeindruckend. Trotz ihrer Größe klingt diese Orgel immer irgendwie nobel (ich weiß nicht, wie ich es besser ausdrücken kann). Diese Orgel spielen zu dürfen war ein ganz besonderes Erlebnis. (translation coming soon)
D, Passau, Cathedral
Steinmeyer, Eisenbarth (1928-1993)
326 ranks, 229 voices/registers (3 x 32'), 5 manuals

A short impression:

Until a few years ago the cathedral organ in Passau held the title "largest church organ in the world." Now it has been downgraded to "largest cathedral organ". It would be futile trying to describe it in just a few words. Its number of stops and sound colors is mind-blowing. The option to join five individual organs placed in different spots allows for some fantastic sound effects. Due to the organ's sheer size one would expect it to sound overwhelmingly powerful, but the actual sound is different, somewhat "thinner". This is due to the reconstruction along the rules of the 1970s. Actually this organ could use some more fullness of sound and "bass".
D, Paderborn, Cathedral
Feith, Siegfried Sauer (1952-2005)
201 ranks, 148 voices/registers (2 x 32' + acoustic 64'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A huge organ, much larger than the pictures suggests. It's got everything, and everything is possible on it: A vast diversity of beautiful individual voices (including a high pressure division), allows you to create sound mixtures from ppp to fff. In addition, the Cathedral provides impressive acoustics so that the echo does not come as a number of impulses, but as one mighty decrescendo. This makes listening to this organ a unique experience. Problems arise, however, if you play the division in the spire from one of the two main consoles in the choir: The distance of 110 yds (100 m) leads to a major delay, which is hard to get used to - unless you use the microphone and monitoring system, but then, with the loudspeakers on, the sound impression is no longer original...
D, Freiburg, Cathedral
Rieger, Marcussen, Späth, Fischer & Krämer, Glatter-Götz (1965-2001)
199 ranks, 136 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

The Freiburg Cathedral organ actually consists of four single organs from different organbuilders. This not only allows for interesting echo effects but also for varying sound traits. The key element is the huge Marienorgel (St. Mary's Organ), built by Rieger, which has changed much to the better after it was renovated and revoiced. Especially the addition of a 32' Bourdon was a huge improvement in a building of this size. Playing the organ here is plain simple fun.
USA, Ocean Grove, Great Auditorium
Hope-Jones, Beach, Ferrara & Bishop, Schopps and others (1908-now)
196 ranks, 160 voices/registers + 37 ext. + 16 tr. (4 x 32' + 1 digital 32'), 5 manuals

A short impression:

Diese Orgel vereint noch viele erhaltene phantastische romantische Stimmen mit modernen Registern und ermöglicht vielfältigste Klangfarben. Sie erlaubt die gültige Interpretation der gesamten Orgelliteratur. Einzig der Nachhall könnte noch "kathedralmäßiger" und länger sein. Besondere Erwähnung verdient der Diaphone 32', der die große Halle zum Beben bringt und ein tolles Klangfundament liefert. (translation coming soon)
CH, Lucerne, Collegiate Church of St. Leodegar
Geissler, Haas, Kuhn (1650-2002)
144 ranks, 103 voices/registers + 3 ext. + 2 tr. (2 x 32'), 5 manuals

A short impression:

A wonderful organ with an ample stoplist and excellent voicing - just about everything is possible. It has an absolutely spectacular Romantic echo division and an impressive large and yet well-arranged five manual console sitting between Baroque woodcarvings right under the open subcontra-C of the Principal 32'. No picture will ever be able to convey this perspective.
USA, Chicago, University, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel
Skinner (1928), Bradford, Schantz (2008)
132 ranks, 98 voices/registers + 18 ext. + 22 tr. (3 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Eine Wahnsinns-Orgel – vielleicht summa summarum die klangschönste, die ich in den USA spielen durfte. Wunderbare spätromantische Skinner-Register verbinden sich mit modernen Ergänzungen in einer genialen Kirchenakustik zu einem wahren Klangrausch. Die "Randal State Trumpet" der Emporenorgel klingt wie ein Blitz durch den Raum – aber es gibt auch viele zarte Stimmen und Klangfarben, so dass diese Orgel extrem vielseitig ist. Toll! (translation coming soon)
CH, Lausanne, Cathedral
Fisk (2003)
127 ranks, 87 voices/registers (3 x 32'), 5 manuals

A short impression:

This is the only American grand organ in Europe and it sounds quite impressive, even though the force of the Bombarde division is almost more than one can bear. The arrangement of its stoplist is perfect for playing works of the French Romantic period, but there is also a Baroque Schnitger-type part, so that you have a wide range of organ literature to be played authentically on this organ.
D, Berlin-Tiergarten, Philharmonic Hall
Karl Schuke (1965-1992)
125 ranks, 87 voices/registers + 1 Tr. (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A respectable organ offering diverse sound colours, which, according to its construction period, was designed for neobaroque works and has particularly beautiful Récit reeds. This organ would certainly fit better into a church setting; on the other hand it has to be said in its favour that this was one of Schuke's first concert hall organs and that the architect did not really care about an organ that would be installed later.
D, Altenberg, Cathedral
Klais (1980-2007)
124 ranks, 86 voices/registers (3 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A Klais organ I played after it had just been enlarged in 2007. The old part dating from 1980 had not been materially changed but due to an elevated wind pressure and a partial change in voicing it still sounds different from what it used to - I can't really tell if it actually improved with this. Anyhow, the gigantic new stops that have been placed in the empty space between the organ and the Cathedral wall add new timbres and dynamic; but you should be a little careful with your registration ;-)
D, Cologne, St. Peter Jesuit Church
Peter (1971-2007)
124 ranks, 79 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

An organ that is not only remarkable for its looks: the stoplist, too, is anything but "the usual". With it you can generate the most hilarious timbres and effects, and still there is enough of a stout basic stoplist to play non-experimental music (even if that is exactly what the organ tempts you to do).
A, Linz, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
Marcussen (1968)
120 ranks, 68 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

In many aspects this is a superb organ: a total height of 16 m (52 ft.), nearly 6,000 pipes on four manuals, two open 32' stops extending to the subcontra-C. The Great alone has incredible force and fills this huge space easily. You won't be able to handle much more on the entirely mechanical console anyway: a well-accentuated play is just barely possible with one manual coupler, but when I tried playing a manual tutti with all (purely mechanical) couplers I failed miserably. On the other hand, you don't really need it anyway. But this "monster" can do much more: I haven't seen too many other organs with such delightfully voiced individual registers and still such a precision in its sound impression, almost irrespective of the registration. Marcussen clearly shows he knows his business.
D, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Lindenkirche
Bosch (1965-1993)
120 ranks, 84 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 5 manuals

A short impression:

After several enlargements this organ is the second largest church organ in Berlin. For the church it sits in its tutti might actually be even a bit too powerful - 20 stops less would easily have done the job, too, but then again this scope of ranks offers you a vast choice of sound variations. Apart from that this organ is the only one in Berlin with a five manual console.
D, Berlin-Schöneberg, St. Matthew
Seifert, Stockmann (1958-1993)
110 ranks, 76 voices/registers + 1 Ext. + 7 Tr. (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A mighty organ, extending over the whole space of the church and sounding like much more that the 109 ranks it actually has. The rich stoplist with particularly beautiful flutes and reeds is all you can wish for. The acoustics in the building (an echo of > 8 seconds) and the delay with which the sound of manuals II-IV reaches the organist's ear are a real challenge for him.
D, Berlin-Mitte, Concert House (Schauspielhaus), Großer Saal
Jehmlich (1984-1994)
110 ranks, 74 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Despite its size, this organ has more of an intimate chamber music touch. Hence the "force" and tutti, especially when compared to same size church organs, are a bit disappointing, but that is not entirely fault of the organ but also of the rather dry acoustics of the concert hall. The voicing of the individual registers however is very subtle. All in all it's a noble organ.
USA, Philadelphia, Girard College, Chapel
Skinner 1933, Austin 1986
106 ranks, 81 voices/registers + 10 ext. + 8 tr. (4 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Diese Orgel verfügt noch über einen hohen Anteil an Original-Skinner-Material und klingt einfach umwerfend. Die Orgel ist in der Decke der weiträumigen Kapelle untergebracht und strahlt von oben ringsum in den Raum – allein dieser Effekt ist schon beeindruckend. Zusammen mit der guten Akustik der Kapelle ist dies eine der schönsten Orgeln, die ich bisher in den USA spielen durfte. (translation coming soon)
D, Stuttgart, Collegiate Church
Mühleisen (2004)
106 ranks, 81 voices/registers (3 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

This organ has everything that is expensive and high-end quality: Each manual has its own quality Principal, Flute, Strings and Tongues plenum. Comparatively many stops are in the predominant pitch allowing for fascinating solo registrations as well as many variations in dynamics. Add to this some unusual details like a "windschweller" and swells that attenuate extremely well. I'd love to "stay overnight" with this organ.
D, Ingolstadt, Cathedral
Klais (1977-2000)
106 ranks, 70 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A great organ with an excellent voicing that allows you just about any up-to-date interpretation. Despite the extreme acoustics (approx. 10 sec echo with the tutti) you have an excellent control over your play and - what is not the case in many other large organs - can even enjoy your music yourself :-) The mechanical action is very soft to play and especially the pedal Bombarde 16' is just something. To make it short: a real fun organ.
CH, Sankt Gallen, Cathedral (main organ)
Kuhn (1968-2005)
105 ranks, 74 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A nice all-round organ that plays tremendously softly and sounds very nice.
D, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
Schuke (1962-2005)
99 ranks, 63 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A beautiful organ that has become even better after its refurbishing and new voicing in 2005. It has manifold sound colors and voices can be combined really well. Too bad the acoustics in the church are very dry, but the organ is nonetheless impressing.
CH, Horgen, Reformed Church
Goll (1960-1994)
98 ranks, 62 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Well-voiced neo-baroque organ in a beautiful church setting with perfect acoustics.
D, Cologne, St. Paul
Seifert / Schulte (1957-1999)
97 ranks, 62 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

This is the little sister to the Seifert organ in St. Matthew, Berlin, built at about the same time. It sounds impressive in that huge building; real cathedral acoustics, but compared to St. Matthias there is just something missing to make it special.
D, Berlin-Mitte, St. Hedwig Cathedral
Klais (1977-1997)
94 ranks, 67 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 3 manuals

A short impression:

A beautiful organ that has almost everything you should want: a beautiful strong plenum, diverse reeds, flutes and aliquots plus excellent acoustics. Too bad the organist doesn't profit - sitting at the console you hear almost nothing but the pipes of the small pedal and the swell - the rest literally goes passes the organist by.
D, Düsseldorf, St. Lambertus Basilica
Rieger (1998-2004)
93 ranks, 70 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A beautiful Rieger organ that leaves almost nothing to desire. Wagging tongues say it is over-dimensioned, but I don't think so: it is just perfect the way it is. I've been especially impressed by the versatility of the reeds and the force of the Untersatz 32'
D, Düsseldorf, Church of the Resurrection (Auferstehungskirche)
Sauer (2004)
91 ranks, 65 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 3 manuals

A short impression:

This "Europe Organ" is just simply fantastic: at first sight you have an omnium-gatherum of European organ building styles. But all criticism is silenced when you start to play. The lovingly voiced individual registers mix to ever new sound colors - and there is no lack of force. You can easily "inebriate yourself" playing on that organ!
D, Vierzehnheiligen, Basilica (main organ)
Rieger (1999)
90 ranks, 68 voices (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

A fantastic organ, extremely versatile, with a great dynamic, many different sound colors and impressive flues and beutifully voiced.
D, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Kirche am Hohenzollernplatz
Kemper, Sauer (1966-1993)
90 ranks, 61 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Originally this was a rather poor Kemper organ that has markedly improved with its renovation by W. Sauer. Yet it is not among my favorites in Berlin.
CH, Zürich, Grossmuenster
Metzler (1960-1997)
88 ranks, 66 voices/registers (+ 1 Tr.), 4 manuals

A short impression:

This organ sounds very transparent and precise, offering a rich choice of sound colors - only the typical Romantic stops are sparse (the organ was built in 1960), but that doesn't really spoil this beautiful organ.
D, Brunswick, Cathedral of St. Blasius
Karl Schuke, Späth (1962-2003)
86 ranks, 57 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

Apart from the two squeaky Brustwerk divisions this is a decent organ with well-voiced stops where almost the entire organ literature can be played.
D, Memmingen, St. Martin
Goll (1998)
81 ranks, 61 voices/registers + 1 ext. (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

This is a good "all-purpose organ", particularly suited for the music of the late French Romantic period. Particularly the reeds, of which there is an ample choice, and excellently voiced, too, are fun to play.
D, Münster, St. Lamberti
Karl Schuke (1989-2006)
78 Ranks, 53 Register (2 x 32'), 4 Manuale

A short impression:

This organ is real fun, even more so after its extension in 2006. A nice all-purpose organ, suitable for almost all kinds of music.
D, Waldkirchen, St. Peter and Paul ("Bayernwalddom")
Eisenbarth (2007)
ca. 77 ranks, ca. 58 voices/registers + 3 ext.? (2 x 32'), 4 manuals

A short impression:

The new Eisenbarth organ is simply mind blowing. I can think of almost nothing that could not be played on that organ. The voicing is beautiful and well balanced, and it plays sooo softly.
D, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Grunewald Church
Karl Schuke (1967)
76 ranks, 52 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

A decent organ that many radio recordings have been made on. It sounds nice, plays nice but doesn't offer any special highlights.
D, Marburg, St. Elisabeth
Klais (2006)
74 ranks, 57 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 3 manuals

A short impression:

I played the old organ (Bosch, 1963-1991, then 86 ranks, 55 registers, 2 x 32', 3 manuals): just a plain everyday organ with no special highlights. Maybe that's the reason why it was removed in May 2005 and replaced by a new Klais organ.
D, Magdeburg, RC Cathedral of St. Sebastian (main organ)
Eule (2005)
73 ranks, 56 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

To my mind, this is one of the newly built organs of the last years with the most beautiful sound: Its versatile stoplist and the fact that all voices combine well make this instrument virtually an all-purpose organ that on top of all plays remarkably softly.
D, Berlin-Tiergarten, Dominican Monastery of St. Paul
Oberlinger (1975)
73 ranks, 48 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Good all-purpose organ with a touch of neo-baroque. No defects of any importance but no sound highlights, either. The console is really stylish, though.
D, Bühl (Baden), City Parish Church of St. Peter and Paul
Rieger (1976)
71 ranks, 48 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 3 manuals

A short impression:

A beautiful expressive Rieger organ where you can have real fun "just playing what comes to mind".
D, Berlin-Charlottenburg, St. Kamillus
Stockmann (1964) - Schuke (1999)
70 ranks, 51 voices/registers, 4 manuals

A short impression:

Neo-baroque organ with a stoplist designed by Joseph Ahrens. Two consoles!
D, Braunschweig, St. Ägidien
Klais (1965)
69 ranks, 45 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 3 manuals

A short impression:

A decent Klais organ oriented tending towards the neo-baroque.
D, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, St. Ludwig
Stockmann, Karl Schuke (1970-1999)
66 ranks, 46 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Good all-purpose organ without any remarkable defects or highlights.
D, Berlin-Schöneberg, Lutherkirche am Dennewitzplatz
Kleuker (1964)
60 ranks, 39 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Sadly, this organ is a little too small for the size of the church. If it were not for that, its voicing and sound would be really good. An extension was planned right from the beginning (a fourth manual is already there) but for lack of finances it has never been accomplished.
D, Berlin-Schöneberg, Zwölf-Apostel-Kirche
Karl Schuke (1968)
59 ranks, 39 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Decent all-purpose organ without any remarkable defects or highlights.
D, Potsdam, Church of the Redeemer
Schuke P (1964)
57 ranks, 37 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Beautiful and broadly voiced neo-baroque organ that offers the opportunity to play Romantic works as well.
DK, Nykøbing (F.), Klosterkirke
Frobenius (1980)
55 ranks, 45 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

An interesting organ, slightly over-dimensioned for the size of the church. Good individual stops, the tutti is of less use.
D, Brunswick, St. Ulrici Brüdern
Steinmann (1980-1991)
54 ranks, 40 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Makes you believe you are sitting at a much bigger organ: a beautiful fullness of sound and good solo voices make this organ my favorite one in Brunswick.
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, St. Mary
Stockmann (1980)
53 ranks, 34 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

A medium-sized organ without anything special to say. Okay.
D, Breisach (Baden), St. Stephans-Münster
Klais (1963)
51 ranks, 36 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Not bad, nothing special.
D, Berlin-Schöneberg, Nathanael Church
Karl Schuke (1958)
51 ranks, 32 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Beautifully voiced organ. The stoplist points to neo-baroque, but it is much more versatile than just that...
D, Ottersweier (Baden), St. John
Winterhalter (1987)
44 ranks, 34 voices/registers (+ 2 ext.), 3 manuals

A short impression:

Slightly oriented to the French style. Nice sound.
D, Berlin-Pankow, Church of Hope (Hoffnungskirche)
Sauer (1913-2007)
48 ranks, 33 voices/registers, 2 manuals

A short impression:

At long last – after it was heavily damaged this organ has been restored in many years of hard work. It has definitely been worthwhile.
D, Nuremberg, St. Martha
Vier (1988)
40 ranks, 27 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

A decent organ, but to my taste it is a bit too loud for the building it sits in.
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, St. Nicolaus
Rohlf (1974) – Has been removed here from the Luther Church in Reinickendorf January 2006
35 ranks, 25 voices/registers, 2 manuals

A short impression:

An organ in the Bauhaus ("IKEA" ;-) style with beautiful multifaceted sound colors; plays well and is specially suited for baroque music.
CH, Engelberg, Monastery Church (Klosterkirche), choir organ
Goll, Graf, Kuhn (1902-2007)
34 ranks, 26 voices/registers, 2 manuals

A short impression:

The freshly renovated and enlarged choir organ of the Engelberg monastery church easily fills the large room. On it, in contrast to its larger sister, baroque works can be played well, too.
DK, Stege, St. Hans Church
Andersen (1966)
34 ranks, 25 voices/registers, 3 manuals

A short impression:

Organ with an interesting stoplist; specially suited for baroque music.
D, Berlin, Gnade-Christi-Kirche Borsigwalde
Noeske (1970-1978)
33 ranks, 23 voices/registers, 2 manuals

A short impression:

An organ that is well adapted to the size of the room, with voices that mix well and suited for a good range of organ music.
USA, New York City, St. Thomas (Gallery organ)
Taylor & Boody (1995)
33 ranks, 22 voices/registers (+ 3 vorbereitete Reg.), 2 manuals

A short impression:

A beautiful "baroque" complement to the great Aeolian-Skinner "monster" which is to be replaced by a new Dobson from 2016 on. Well-voiced individual stops that combine well.
D, Ingolstadt, Maria de Victoria-Kirche
Jann / Kuhn (1986-2005)
30 ranks, 26 voices/registers, 2 manuals

A short impression:

A beautiful organ with one distinctive feature: the newly discovered Bach voicing that was introduced in 2005. Most keys sound really superb. Obviously Bach was not only a magnificent composer. And as to the skills of Jann and Kuhn - ever had any doubts on those?


Weitere bespielte Orgeln: H, Esztergom, Szent István Bazilika (235 ranks, 145 voices/registers (4 x 32') when finished, 5 manuals), Mooser 1856, Vági Orgonaépíto and others until now
USA, New York City, St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church (228 ranks, 160 voices/registers + 4 ext. + 8 tr. (5 x 32'), 5 manuals), Hutchings 1893, Skinner 1918-30, Aeolian-Skinner 1938-1971, Harris and others until now
D, Hamburg, St. Michaelis ("Michel") (206 ranks, 145 voices/registers + 3 ext. + 2 tr. (2 x 32'), 5 manuals), Marcussen 1909, Walcker 1952, Steinmeyer 1962, Klais & Späth 2010
D, Munich, Cathedral (193 ranks, 131 voices/registers (3 x 32'), 4 manuals), Jann 1994
D, Bologna, San Giovanni Bosco (193 ranks, 129 voices/registers +19 ext. + 5 tr. (3 x 32'), 5 manuals), Tamburini 1951 / Giacobazzi 2004
USA, Philadelphia, Irvine Auditorium (163 Ranks, 122 Register + 28 ext. + 19 tr. (4 x 32'), 5 Manuale), Austin 1926-2002
A, St. Florian, Collegiate Church (main organ) (156 ranks, 103 voices/registers (3 x 32'), 4 manuals), Krisman 1774 / Mauracher 1875 / Zika 1951 / Kögler 1996
GB, Liverpool, St. George's Hall (140 ranks, 113 voices/registers + 4 ext. + 2 tr. (3 x 32'), 4 manuals), Willis 1855, Wells 1989
USA, New York City, St. Thomas (main organ) (126 ranks, 112 voices/registers + 8 ext. + 13 tr. (5 x 32'), 4 manuals), ex Skinner / Aeolian-Akinner with 156 ranks, 2016 new: Dobson
D, Ottobeuren, Basilica (Marienorgel) (123 ranks, 88 voices/registers + 2 ext. (2 x 32'), 5 manuals), Steinmeyer 1957 / Klais 2003
USA, Denver, First Baptist Church (116 ranks, 112 voices/registers + 2 ext. + 3 tr. (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Aeolian-Skinner 1946, rebuilt 2011
LUX, Echternach, St. Willibrord Basilica (115 ranks, 83 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Klais 1953-1991
USA, Denver, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral (main organ) (114 ranks, 96 voices/registers + 16 ext. + 15 tr. (3 x 32'), 4 manuals), Kimball 1938, Spencer 2016
D, Rostock, St. Mary (main organ) (114 ranks, 83 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Schmidt 1770 / Sauer 1938-1983
D, Vilshofen-Schweiklberg, Benediktinerabtei St. Trinitatis (108 ranks, 86 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 3 manuals), Späth 1923 / Klais 2000
USA, New York City, First Presbyterian Church (main organ) (105 ranks, 75 voices/registers + 17 ext. + 28 tr. (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Skinner 1920, Austin, Glück 2009
CH, Zürich, Tonhalle (103 ranks, 68 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Steinmeyer-Kleuker 1988
D, Munich, Alt St. Peter (102 ranks, 79 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Klais 2003/2011
D, Bremen, Glockensaal (101 ranks, 67 voices/registers (2 x 32') + 2 tr., 4 manuals), Sauer 1928 / Scheffler 2008
CH, Aarau, Stadtkirche (main organ) (98 ranks, 61 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals), Kuhn 1963
D, Munich, Mariahilfkirche (main organ) (94 ranks, 70 voices/registers + 1 ext. (2 x 32'), 5 manuals), G. Schmid 1975
D, Hamburg, St. Mary's Cathedral (93 ranks, 65 voices/registers (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Beckerath 1967-2008
LUX, Dudelange, Saint-Martin (88 ranks, 72 voices/registers + 6 ext. 4 tr. (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Stahlhuth 1912 / Jann 2002
USA, Denver, Montview Blvd. Presbyterian Church (88 ranks, 70 voices/registers + 18 ext. + 19 tr. + 4 digital stops, 4 manuals), Reuter 1955, Morel 2008
D, Freudenstadt, Ev. Stadtkirche (85 ranks, 60 voice/registers + 1 tr., 4 manuals), Weigle 1951 / Tzschöckel 1982
F, Bordeaux, Sainte-Croix (82 ranks, 45 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 5 manuals), Dom Bédos 1748 / Quoirin 1997
GB, Liverpool, Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King (79 ranks, 64 voices/registers + 11 ext. + 13 tr. (2 x 32'), 4 manuals), Walker 1967
D, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Holy Cross Church (77 ranks, 59 voices/registers + 10 ext. + 9 tr., 3 manuals), Steinmeyer / Stephan / Elsemann, 1927-2011
D, Memmingen, St. Joseph (76 ranks, 53 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals), Jann 1980 / Maier 2000
D, Torino (Turin), Santa Rita (75 ranks, 52 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals), Zanin 1990
D, Bamberg, Pfarrkirche Unserer lieben Frau (74 ranks, 61 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 4 manuals), Steinmeyer 1926 / Eisenbarth 1995
D, Munich, Holy Family Church (72 ranks, 52 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 3 manuals), Riegner & Friedrich, 1992
USA, Denver, First Church of Christ, Scientist (69 ranks, 51 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Casavant 1960
CH, Sion (Sitten), Cathédrale Notre-Dame du Glarier (69 ranks, 49 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Carlen 1786 / Füglister 2005
CH, Zürich, Neumünster (68 ranks, 52 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Kuhn 1872-1995
D, Kaufbeuren, Stadtpfarrkirche St. Martin (67 ranks, 49 voices/registers + 1 ext., 3 manuals), S. Schmid 1999
D, Berlin-Tempelhof, Glaubenskirche (67 ranks, 49 voices/registers + 1 tr. + 1 other, 3 manuals), Sauer 1915 / Walcker 1960 / Stephan 1975
D, Berlin-Schöneberg, Kirche zum Heilsbronnen (67 ranks, 42 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Karl Schuke, 1958-2006
D, Kempten, St. Mang (main organ) (66 ranks, 51 voices/registers, 5 manuals), G. Schmid 1987
D, Bremen, Propsteikirche St. Johann (66 ranks, 47 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Sauer (Höxter)
CH, Luzern, Lukaskirche (65 ranks, 50 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Goll 2001
D, Saarbrücken, St. Michael (63 ranks, 53 voices/registers + 1 tr., 3 manuals), Späth 1925 / Mayer 1984
D, St. Ingbert, St. Hildegard (63 ranks, 43 voices/registers (1 x 32'), 3 manuals), Späth 1933 / Mayer 2004
CH, Horw (bei Luzern), St. Katharina (62 ranks, 43 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Goll 1996
E, Santanyí (Mallorca), Sant Andreu (62 ranks, 23 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Bosch 1762 / Grenzing 1991
D, Kaufbeuren, Dreifaltigkeitskirche (61 ranks, 48 voices/registers + 2 ext. + 1 tr., 3 manuals), Seifert 2013
A, Linz, Family Church (61 ranks, 45 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Mauracher 1929 / Windtner 2002
D, Saarbrücken, Stiftskirche St. Arnual (61 ranks, 44 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Kuhn 1995
D, Twistringen, St. Anna (61 ranks, 42 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Becker 1995
D, Munich - Laim, St. Willibald (61 ranks, 41 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Führer (M) 1993
D, Berlin-Wedding, Kapernaum Church (61 ranks, 39 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Karl Schuke 1961
D, Kirchheimbolanden, St. Paul (60 ranks, 45 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Stumm 1964 / Karl Schuke 2005
D, Polling, St. Salvator and Holy Cross (main organ) (59 ranks, 42 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Pirchner 2004
D, Berlin-Schöneberg, Apostle Paul Church (59 ranks, 38 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Walcker 1964 / Karl Schuke 2005
E, Palma (Mallorca), Sant Agusti / Iglesia de Ntra. Sra. del Socorro (57 ranks, 29 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Caimari 1702 / Grenzing 1970
D, Weilheim, Mariae Himmelfahrt (55 ranks, 41 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Offner 1970 / Riegner & Friedrich / Maier / Niebler 1998
D, Füssen, St. Mang (main organ) (52 ranks, 38 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Jäger 1753 / Zeilhuber 1956
D, Nesselwang, St. Andrew (51 ranks, 37 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Hindelang, 1906-1978
D, Pfronten-Berg, St. Nicolaus (51 ranks, 39 voices/registers, 3 manuals), ?
D, Torino (Turin), Chiesa del S. Volto (Concattedrale) (49 ranks, 35 voices/registers + 3 tr. + 2 digit., 3 manuals), Ruffatti, 2007
D, Köln, St. Maternus (49 ranks, 35 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Ott, 1977
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Ev. Kirche Alt-Tegel (49 ranks, 32 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Kleuker / Stegmüller, 1960-2007
D, Immenstadt, St. Nikolaus (48 ranks, 37 voices/registers, 3 manuals), S. Schmid 2004
CH, Muri, Klosterkirche (Hauptorgel) (48 ranks, 34 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Schott 1618, Bossard ... Kuhn 2005
D, Andechs, Wallfahrtskirche (Klosterkirche) (48 ranks, 31 voices/registers + 3 tr., 3 manuals), Jann 2005
D, Berlin-Tiergarten, Holy Ghost Church Moabit (47 ranks, 39 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Walcker / Karl Schuke / Mauch, 1906-2006
A, Linz, Stadtpfarrkirche (47 ranks, 35 voices/registers + 1 ext., 3 manuals), Mooser 1853 / Hechenberger / Mauracher / Woehl 2002
D, Schramberg, St. Maria (46 ranks, 36 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Walcker 1844 / Kuhn 1995
D, München, Maria-Immaculata-Kirche (45 ranks, 33 voices/registers + 1 tr., 3 manuals), Nenninger 1964
D, München, St. Mark (Ott Organ) (43 ranks, 30 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Ott / Rohlf 1967-1988
CH, Bern, Heilig-Geist-Kirche (43 ranks, 30 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Metzler 1981
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Apostel-Paulus-Kirche Hermsdorf (30 voices/registers + 5 tr., 3 manuals), Sauer 1937 / Stephan 1976; now new digital organ
D, Harpstedt, Christuskirche (43 ranks, 25 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Faber & Greve / Führer / Lorenz, 1926-2005
D, Alpirsbach, Klosterkirche (43 ranks, 34 voices/registers + 4 ext. + 9 tr., 3 manuals), Winterhalter 2008
D, Dachau, St. Jacob (42 ranks, 33 voices/registers + 2 ext., 2 manuals), Vleugels 1997
USA, New York City, St. Peter's RC Church (41 ranks, 37 voices/registers + 30 ext. + 27 tr., 4 manuals), Kilgen 1931, Meloni & Farrier 2011
F, Ebersmunster, Église Abbatiale (41 ranks, 29 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Silbermann 1732 ... König 1998
D, Bestwig, Bergkloster (40 ranks, 28 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Seifert 1973
D, Ettal, Benediktinerabtei, Klosterkirche (Basilika) (39 ranks, 27 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Hörterich 1753 / Zeilhuber 1969
I, Verona, S. Anastasia (37 ranks, 29 voices/registers, 2 manuals), ?
D, Schramberg, Heilig-Geist-Kirche (36 ranks, 33 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Späth 1925 / Vleugels 1994
D, Neuruppin, Klosterkirche St. Trinitatis (36 ranks, 24 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Sauer 1984
D, Berlin-Tempelhof, Dorfkirche Marienfelde (33 ranks, 26 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Frobenius & Sønner 1994
D, Bielefeld (Senne 1), Friedenskirche (33 ranks, 22 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Kleuker 1962
E, Campanet (Mallorca), Sant Miquel (32 ranks, 22 voices/registers, 2 manuals), ? / Reynes 20??
D, Heilbronn-Böckingen, Stadtkirche St. Pankratius (29 ranks, 24 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Plum 1979
D, Berlin-Wedding, St. Peter (29 ranks, 23 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Graf, 19??
D, Berlin-Schöneberg, Baptist Church (29 ranks, 20 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Paschen 197?
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Dorfkirche Hermsdorf (29 ranks, 19 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Sauer 1949, Stephan 1978
D, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Herz-Jesu (29 ranks, 18 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Walcker
CH, Sion (Sitten), Jesuitenkirche (28 ranks, 21 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Carlen 1816 / Füglister 1983
D, Wilhelmshaven, Lutherkirche (28 ranks, 18 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Kleuker 1968
D, Mettenheim, St. Martin (26 ranks, 23 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Stumm 1762 / Förster & Nicolaus 1988
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Apostel-Johannes-Kirche (main organ) (26 ranks, 19 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Ilisch 1974
D, Achern, Christ Church (25 ranks, 19 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Mühleisen 1972
D, Ludweiler, Hugenottenkirche (24 Ranks, 22 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Stumm 1857, Oberlinger ... Müller 1998
CH, Muri, Klosterkirche (Epistelorgel) (24 ranks, 16 voices/registers, 1 manual), Schuben 1697, Bossard ... Edskes 1992
D, Düsseldorf, Motette Verlag (Salonorgel) (23 ranks, 15 voices/registers, 3 manuals), Hansen 1993 / Boisseau-Cattiaux 1995
D, Ettal, Benediktinerabtei, Klosterkirche (Winterkirche) (22 ranks, 19 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Sandtner 1996
D, Hamburg, St. Katharinen (choir organ) (21 ranks, 15 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Kleuker 19??
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Ev. Kirche am Seggeluchbecken (20 ranks, 15 voices/registers + 1 ext. + 2 tr., 2 manuals), Schuke 1990
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, St. Martin (19 ranks, 13 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Späth 1973
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Dorfkirche Heiligensee (18 ranks, 13 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Karl Schuke, 2011
D, Esslingen, United Methodist Church (Friedenskirche) (18 ranks, 12 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Weigle, 1966
CH, Conthey, Saint-Severin (17 ranks, 14 voices/registers, 1 manual), Walpen 184? / Füglister 1994
D, Bad Wünnenberg, St. Antonius (16 ranks, 13 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Eggert / Sauer
D, Berlin-Steglitz, United Methodist Church (Kreuzkirche) Lankwitz (16 ranks, 13 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Lötzerich
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Dorfkirche Alt-Reinickendorf (16 ranks, 12 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Karl Schuke 1970
I, Verona, Cattedrale S. Maria Assunta (Chororgel) (16 ranks, 11 voicces/registers + 12 ext. + 9 tr., 2 manuals), Bonato 2007
USA, Denver, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral (small organ) (15 ranks, 14 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Hook 1869, restor.: ?
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Lutherhaus (14 ranks, 11 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Walcker
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Maria-Gnaden (14 ranks, 10 voices/registers + 7 tr., 2 manuals), Schuke 1971 / Schuster 1996
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, United Methodist Church (Lindenkirche) (13 ranks, 11 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Lötzerich
CH, Sion (Sitten), St. Theodul (12 ranks, 11 voices/registers, 1 manual), ? / Füglister 1967
D, Leipzig, Peters Church (Chororgel) (11 ranks, 8 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Jahn / Eule 1900-1995
D, Berlin-Mitte, Catholic Academie of St. Thomas of Aquin (10 ranks, 10 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Bosch 2000
CH, Sion (Sitten), Notre-Dame-de-Valère (Burgkirche) (10 ranks, 9 voices/registers, 1 manual), ?, Aebi 1435 / Kuhn / Füglister 2004
D, Pfronten-Heitlern, St. Bernhard (9 ranks, 7 voices/registers, 1 manual), ?
D, Düsseldorf, Motette-Verlag (Christensen Organ) (8 ranks, 8 voices/registers, 2 manuals), Christensen
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, United Methodist Church (Redeemer Church) (8 ranks, 6 voices/registers, 1 manual), Walcker
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, Chapel of Karl-Bonhoeffer-Nervenklinik (8 ranks, 6 voices/registers, 1 Manual), Walcker
D, Wilhelmshaven, United Methodist Church (7 ranks, 5 voices/registers, 1 manual), Führer
USA, New York City, First Presbyterian Church (chapel organ) (6 ranks, 6 voices/registers + 4 ext. + 11 tr., 2 manuals), Glück 2003
D, Braunschweig, House organ B. Doering (4 ranks, 4 voices/registers, 1 manual), Doering, 19??
D, Berlin-Reinickendorf, United Methodist Church (Ruferkirche) (2 manuals)
D, Rostock, United Methodist Church (St. Michaelis)
D, Jandelsbrunn, Catholic Church
D, Neureichenau, Catholic Church