The Pipe Organs of Stockholm
This webpage accompanies a series of articles in The Organ (issues 331, 332, 334 and 336, from February 2005 to May 2006) about the pipe organs of Stockholm's churches and concert venues. In these web page articles you can find pictures and links it was not possible to include in the magazine for space reasons, as well as a small number of specially recorded sound examples. For most enjoyment, we recommend you read this page in conjunction with the magazine which has lots of information not published here.
- The organs of the Storkyrkan
Alastair Disley visited the pipe organs of the Storkyrkan, Stockholm (pictured right). Both main and choir organs are by Marcussen & Son of Denmark. Read the article
- The Dben organ of the German Church
Although the history of this newly built historical reconstruction is described in the magazine, this article includes several extra photographs and two specially recorded sound examples. Read the article
- The Choir organs of Stockholm
Many churches in Stockholm have smaller pipe organs in addition to their main instrument. This article presents photographs and specifications of some of them. Read the article
- The Pipe Organs of Stockholm
More photographs and details of the organs and buildings featured in this series.
Gamla Stan and Kungsholmen Norrmalm stermalm Sdermalm and Vasastaden