Nieuw-Heeten, Sint Josephkerk

Foto’s: Michiel van ’t Einde © 2016

  • The organ in the catholic church of Saint Joseph in Nieuw-Heeten is said to have been built by Hendricus Dominicus Lindsen in 1836. It was originally located in a church in Naarden and was placed in Nieuw-Heeten by organ makers Van Eck and Maas in 1923. The stop list has been modified.
  • The firm Hagels & Zn. carried out a restoration in 1996. The Gamba and Vox Celeste from 1923 have been removed. A independent pedal with three stops was added to the instrument, as well as a number of new stops on the manual. The organ also received a pedal coupler and a Cymbelster.

The Stoplist:

Manuaal: C – f3 Bourdon 16′, Prestant 8′, Holpijp 8′, Octaaf 4′, Fluit 4′, Quint 2 2/3′ (B/D) – 1996, Octaaf 2′, Terts 1 3/5′ (discant) – 1996, Mixtuur III-IV sterk, Dulciaan 8′ (B/D) – 1996.
Pedaal: C – d1 Subbas 16′ – 1996, Octaafbas 8′ – 1996, Gedekt 8′ – 1996.
Other stops: Cymbelster (6 klokjes) – 1996.
Couplers: Pedaalkoppel – 1996.
Accessories: Tremolo.