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It's easy to build something new in good quality -

but to improve existing material can be quite a challenge!

Odenthal
St. Pankratius

2009
  Köln-Bayenthal
Ev. Erlöserkirche

2011
  Bruchhausen
St. Johann Baptist

2006/2008
  Bonn-Vilich
St. Peter

2009
 

 

Another field that has been becoming more and more important in recent years next to the restoration of historical instruments is the conversion of existing instruments. For communities in which the purchase of a new organ would be objectively impossible, this is often a legitimate compromise.

In doing so, we are well aware of the tremendous responsibility to the instrument – too much has been irretrievably lost over the last decades due to undeliberated actions!

Yet it is becoming more and more apparent that several organs, especially from the 50s-70s, show weaknesses today, which can only be solved with a consequential recess. In this way, simply exchanging the existing aluminium action with a wooden action will significantly increase the value of an organ by today’s standards.

The basic adaptation of the intonation is very often time-consuming but rewarding, and particularly with such details, we maintain a good relationship with both organ experts as well as with the respective heritage agencies.

More modern than ever: The fundamental reworking of the electrical components, which become worn after decades, is often connected to the installation of a modern system of programmable combination pedals. The requirement here is also, as always, the good technical condition of the rest of the organ system.

A number of organs were already “reorganised” by us. Every time, the results are amazing anew, to see what can be teased out of an instrument with a little effort and the necessary know-how!

  

Niederfischbach
St. Maurinus

2003
  Herdorf
St. Aloysius

2005
  Rosbach
St. Josef

2000
  Wermelskirchen
St. Michael

2011