The Van den Heuvel organ was originally built for the Duke's Hall in London. Due to a large donation it was replaced by a larger organ and the organ was taken back by Van den Heuvel.
Van den Heuvel organ was purchased in 2014 by the board of the St. Aloysius College in Glasgow.
In spring 2015 the choir gallery in the nave of the beautiful St. Aloysius Church will be enlarged and adapted for the new organ. The interior of the church will also be repainted. Afterwards the installation of the Van den Heuvel organ will follow. The organ will be used not only during church services and concerts but also by students of the St. Aloysius College and by students of the Royal Conservatoire.
In 2014 Van den Heuvel-Orgelbouw bought two major Flentrop organs of the Protestant Church in Amsterdam. The organ of the Woestduin Church (later named James Chapel) was recently sold to a beautiful church in Krakow.
The organ will be completely renovated and installed in 2015. The project's consultant is the famous Polish organ consultant/organist Daniel Prajzner.
The famous organ of the Vijverwegkerk (Radio Bloemendaal) was purchased by Van den Heuvel-Orgelbouw last year. The organ gets a new home in Siegburg, Germany.
The organ will be fully restored and expanded with a Prestant 16 on the pedal. Also some other stops will be changed. Manfred Schwartz, official organ consultant for the Evangelical Churches in Rhineland, has been appointed as consultant.
The delivery will take place in 2015.
The De Jongh-organ (1975, 6 I/P) of the Christian Reformed Church in Vianen was renovated last October. Works included a complete re-voicing, also the Mixtuur 2sterk 1' was replaced with a Nasard 2 2/3'. The scaling of the Octaaf 2' was made progressive by adding pipes of the Mixtuur. Finally a Tremulant was added.
Manuaal: Prestant 4', Holpijp 8', Roerfluit 4', Nasard 2 2/3' (2014), Octaaf 2'.
Pedaal: Subbas 16'.
Pedaalkoppel , tremulant (2014).