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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.

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God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

[Hymn of the Month] God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

Our final tune in this year’s series is befittingly the old English traditional Christmas carol “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen”. The composer is unknown but there are records of it being sung within the Christian Church since the 15th century. The hymn was first put into print in 1760 but made available to a wider […]

York at sunset

Three Organs of York

Towards the end of September we were making another DVD in Selby Abbey and staying near York so it was too good an opportunity to pass by visiting some of the very fine churches in the city. Also never having played York Minster it seemed an ideal time to see if we could have some […]

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[Hymn of the Month] Thaxted by Gustav Holst

This month’s hymn tune, Thaxted, is taken from the middle section of “Jupiter”, one of the seven movements in the orchestral suite “The Planets” by Gustav Theodore Holst (1874 –1934). Holst adapted the theme from Jupiter to suit the patriotic poem “I Vow to Thee, my Country”, by Cecil Spring-Rice (1859–1918), which honours the soldiers […]