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4417 MI

Dutch Cabinet Organ by Strumphler

#4417
Late 18th Century Dutch Cabinet Organ
by Johannus Staphanus Strumphler

This instrument is located in Maple City, Michigan, USA

Johannes Stephanus Strümphler ( Lippstadt , 1736 – Amsterdam , 1807 ) was a Dutch organ builder of German descent. There are at least 14 Strumphler instruments in the Greater Amsterdam area.  In addition to the large church instruments, he built cabinet and chamber instruments like this one. 

Specification:

~ 8’ Holpyp
     ~ 4’ Fluyt B/T
          ~ 2’ Octave B/T
               ~  Flagolet  B/T
                    ~ 8’ Violon T
                         ~ 8’ Restand T
                              ~ Tremuland

Dimensions overall are 52”/132cm H,  57”/145cm W,  27.5”/70cm D. It can be  moved easily through any standard doorway. The instrument is currently fully playing using a small Meidinger blower external to the organ.  Stops are divided.  A sound sample will be posted shortly. 
Please inquire to discuss.  

Listed 7/31/21