On March 2 the new church and organ of the Netherlands Reformed Congregation of Opheusden will be inaugurated.
The new church, seating 1750 people, is after the design of Van Beijnum Architects. The two manual Van den Heuvel organ (2002) from the old church had 29 stops on two manuals and pedal. It is enlarged with a new positiv division and a open mahogany Quintbas 10 2/3 on the pedal. The windchest and pipework of the new positiv is still reserved but a new 3 manual console was already placed.
Also, the pulpit, the lectern and the font are of your own design and crafted by us.
In 1970 K.B. Blank & Son built this organ (II/P, 22 stops) in the Vondel auditorium of the New West Cemetery in Amsterdam. Organ consultant was the well known organist of the famous Oude Kerk Han Hoogewoud.
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Panis Angelius - C. Franck:
Aan de Amsterdamse grachten - P. Goemans:
Jesu bleibet meine Freude - J.S. Bach:
The holy city - M. Maybrick:
Ameide - zorgcentrum “Open Vensters”
This beautiful organ was crafted by Van Vulpen of Utrecht in 1980 for the the zorgcentrum “Open Vensters” in Ameide. The organ case in solid oak is rich in detail. Since the organ is hardly used anymore, it is offered for sale.
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Jan L. van den Heuvel – Orgelbouw bv
3316 BB Dordrecht
T: +31 78 61 79 540
Opheusden, 11 Janualy 2016
The wood work of the gallery rail is assembled. It is integrated with the positiv case and accentuates the horizontal lines.
Opheusden, 6 January2016
The pulpit is assembled. In the back wall a steel frame stabilizes the pulput.
Opheusden, 23 December 2015
The positiv case including a steel frame is hoisted into place. It is move nackwards to allow the steel frame to be fix into the maina case.
Opheusden, 18 December 2015
The assembly works reaches its highest point with the top part of the main tower.