Episode 018 — Orgelbaumuseum

The Norrlanda organ, currently in a museum in Stockholm, is reckoned to be the oldest surviving organ fragments in the world. There is a working replica at the Orgelbaumuseum in Ostheim, Germany—a paradisiacal museum dedicated to the building of organs.



The original Norrlanda organ, in Stockholm.


The peculiar keyboard, with the B-flat key on the lower tier. The upper key in the middle is for releasing wind pressure.


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