There is something uniquely charming about 17th-century organs. They speak with power and authority, yet the sound is welcoming and warm. This is the goal we seek with our Papillion model. It is inspired by our Opus 14, originally designed for Trinity Lutheran in Papillion, NE. In spite of having only one manual, organists can perform a surprising array of two-manual compositions, thanks to the divided compass of most stops. The pedal stop is independent, and a coupler is provided as well. While it is ideal for realizing early music, it can readily lead worship and liturgy. Having only one manual simplifies the playing action and helps keep the price within reach. The case can be customized in many ways for a truly unique element in your worship space or teaching studio.


  • 56/30 note compass
  • Harpsichord-style keyboard, flat pedal board
  • Prestant, Gedeckt, & Principals are divided at Middle C
  • Sesquialtera is from Middle C
  • Customer’s choice of hardwood case and finish
  • Fret-work pipe shades


  • Tremulant
  • Bone & ebony keytops
  • Flute 4 in place of Mixture
  • Hand-carved pipe shades
  • Choice of temperament
  • Decorative doors to protect the facade
  • Stacked bellows for manual treading

Nine ranks


Prestant 8
Gedeckt  8
Principal  4
Principal  2
Sesquialtera  II (from c¹)
Mixture  III-IV


Bourdon 16
Manual / Pedal Coupler