Thursday, 21 June 2012 09:58

Noordeloos, Dutch Reformed Church (10/P, 1983)

The organ of the Dutch Reformed Church in Noordeloos was built in 1873 by K.M. van Puffelen from Zaltbommel. The organ was a gift from the Van Dam family of Noordeloos.

A restauration was carried out by J.L. van den Heuvel in 1982/1983. The pipe work was repaired and the wind system improved. The slider system of the wind chest was renewed because of severe leakage. Also some stops were reconstructed. The not original Melophone 8' was replaced by an (original) Viola di Gamba 8' and the slider with the later added Violoncel 8' (replacing the original Mixtuur) has again a Mixtuur.

Additional Info

  • Location: Noordeloos (NL)
  • Activity: Restauratie
  • Stoplist:

    Manuaal, C-f3
    Prestant 8'
    Bourdon 16'
    Holpijp 8'
    Viola di Gamba 8' [C-B in Holpijp]
    Octaaf 4'
    Fluit Dolce 4'
    Octaaf 2'
    Cornet III [16']
    Mixtuur II-III
    Trompet 8'

    Pedaal, C-b0
    permanently coupled to manual.


    Mechanical key and stop action.

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