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Stockholms Stadshus

The organ of Stockholm City Hall counts as the largest in Scandinavia with its 10,000 pipes, spread over 134 stops and five manuals. The instrument was originally built by the German firm Walcker in 1925, and has been been enlarged and renovated since then, most recently by the British firm Harrison & Harrison in 2008. The echo division alone has 25 stops, and the organ as a whole boasts a unique wealth of sonorities, ranging from the ethereal to the full glory of its tutti, crowned by an English tuba. (photo: Yanan Li)
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Skandia biograforgeln

The organ of the former Skandia cinema is one of only two remaining cinema organs in Sweden. It is built by the famous Wurlitzer company in the US, and was erected in Stockholm’s Skandia cinema in 1926. This instrument is an organ with both pipes and a battery of different sound effects: birdsong, steam whistle, bells, glockenspiel, cathedral chimes, and xylophone among others. The organ has two manuals and pedal with 7 rows of pipes that have been made into more than 40 stops. The organ has been restored recently, and is now installed in the Reactor Hall of The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. 
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S:t Jacobs kyrka

St. Jacob’s church, close to the Opera house, was founded in 1588. The organ is unique in its historic continuity. It incorporates substantial pipework from all the different organs that have successively been speaking through the impressive façade from 1746. The present organ was built in 1976 by the Danish organ builder Marcussen & Søn  With its 83 stops, it counts among the largest neo-symphonic instruments in Sweden.

Gustaf Vasa kyrka


Immanuel’s church was consecrated in 1974 and replaced the previous church from 1886 at the same location. The organ is built 1975 by the Swedish organ builder Grönlunds, Gammelstad. It has a fully mechanical action and contains 38 stops distributed on three manuals and pedal.

The organ has a computerized combination system (presets) with many thousands of combinations. There is also a carillon with 18 bronze bells. All facade pipes are sounding and here you can especially see the pedal’s magnificent Principal 16 ′ at the top as well as the horizontal Spanish trumpet 8 ′ in the Hauptwerk.

The organ cabinet is designed and colored in collaboration between organ builder Gustaf Grönlund, interior designer Sture Andersson and artist Pär Andersson.

Uppenbarelsekyrkan i Hägersten

Uppenbarelsekyrkan, Hägersten (The Church of revelation) in the south of Stockholm, designed by architect Johannes Olivegren was built in 1961 and is famous for its large colored glasswindows.

After a lengthy process the old organ by Nils Hammarberg was replaced in 2022 by a new instrument built by Gerhard Grenzing, Barcelona, Spain. It consists of 53 stops devided between four manuals and pedals. It features some special Spanish horizontal stops like Trompeta batalla, Trompeta magna, Bajoncillo, Regal and a solo cornet V. The voicing is by André Lacroix.

Hedvig Eleonora kyrka

Hedvig Eleonora’s church organ was built originally by Grönlunds in 1976 and contains 58 stops. But several stops is pipes from older organs. The facade is Carl Fredrik Adelcrantz from 1762. In 2018 the organ was extended with a digital organ from Allen, USA, and now with a console in the nave, the organ have now over 200 stops.

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