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Welcome to Viscount Classical Organs, the UK’s leading electric Digital Church Organ specialist.

Our organs are suitable for the home, churches, schools and even cathedrals. You may view and play the entire instrument range at our showroom in Bicester, Oxfordshire and also at a number of regional dealers throughout the UK and Ireland. If you want a totally individual organ, then visit Regent Classic Organs Ltd where your imagination is the only limit to what we are able to do.

Viscount Organs are voiced to sound like an English Pipe Organ. Using Physis technology to produce the organ sound, classical organists can be safe in the knowledge that they will be buying a superior electronic instrument.

We are delighted to set up temporary demonstration instruments for church use so that you may hear first hand how the instrument will support worship and allow you to review its performance in its intended final location. You may also like to browse our range of used organs for sale.

News from our Blog: Resources and Events

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Recital St Margaret Mary Southampton 7.00pm April 23rd

We are delighted to bring to your attention a recital at St Margaret Mary Catholic Church next Saturday at 7.00pm. This will be played on our Envoy 35-F instrument recently installed at the church. Recitalist, composer and liturgist Paul Inwood will play a varied programme with works ranging from the early 17th century right up […]

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Take an aural test – with a chance to win a new home practice organ

As a fun challenge that runs until June 30th this year we have set up an online quiz. You can play for fun or have a chance to win our Envoy 35-F if you are resident in the UK, Northern Ireland or Eire. What is the challenge? We have 2 challenges – each comprising of […]

Hymn of the Month Apr 2016 - Ellacombe

[Hymn of the Month] Ellacombe

The first record of this tune is in a hymnal (Gesangbuch) published in 1784 for the Duke of Wurtemberg. Ellacombe takes the name of a village in Devonshire. It was first set to the words “Ave Maria, klarer und lichter Morgenstern.” During the first half of the nineteenth century various German hymnals altered the tune. […]