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    Admiral of Fugues Contratrombone64's Avatar
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    A good resource for organs from The Netherlands

    A wonderful Dutch registry of organs (in Dutch, but that shouldn't pose too much of a problem). Nicely organised with registrations listed as "dispositie", enjoy (also wonderful pictures).

    http://www.orgelland.nl/

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    My apoligies to Contratrombone64 for missing this post somehow ... what a great site for perusing ... Then there is the real plus "OrgelnRadio" - recordings of LP and other mediums available (free) for listening. As I write this listening to Piere Cochereau playing Franck on the Paris Notre Dame organ no less ... - stellar music, organ and artist.

    So, thanks for this link, Contratrombone64
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