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Leeflang (1965, 10IP) for sale

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The Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerk 'Eben Haëzer' in Ulrum was built in 1924. First they used a historic cabinet organ, afterwards a pedal reed-organ was used. 1972 this instrument was replaced by a small pipe organ from the Pels & Sohn organ building company. In 1982 the congregation could bought the present organ which was 1965 built by the Leeflang Organ Building company. This fine instrument was original built for the Gereformeerde Kerk in Tholen where the congregation 1982 could purchase larger organ. 1983 the organ case was decorated in with beautiful hand crafted wood carvings by F. de Haan. One year afterwards, Johannes B. Groenenberg added a separated pedal case and two additional pedal stops, a Subbas 16’ and a Gedekt 8’ (extention). The original Sordun 16' (reed)stop was converted by Groenenberg to an 8'. 2006 the well-known Groningen pipe organ builder Mense Ruiter renewed the wind system and installed a new blower. The Eben Haëzer church was closed in 2019 and sold in 2020. Van den Heuvel-Orgelbouw was asked by the owner to find a fine place for this interesting instrument which is well suited as church organ in a small church, auditorium or as choir-organ.

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Further information::
J.L. van den Heuvel – Orgelbouw bv
Amstelwijckweg 44
3316 BB Dordrecht
T: +31 78 617 95 40
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