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Thaborkerk, IJsselmonde

ijsselmondeIn 1969 Ernst Leeflang built an organ (II/P, 15 stops) for the Netherlands Reformed Congregation of IJsselmonde. The sound and wind system were, as usual with this builder, very rigid. In the autumn of 2009 Van den Heuvel-Orgelbouw rebuild the original wind system (all the leather of the Schwimmers were replaced) and crafted a new classic bellow placed behind the organ. The windtrunks and regulation was modified. The manuals was restored with new bushings and a large part of the key overlays were renewed. All was followed by a major overhaul of the pipework and voicingd, making the organ sounds now warmer and richer.

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