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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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Organ in a Box

When I came into the office a while back I was greeted with a sight of a Welsh National Opera vehicle parked outside which I assure you is not a frequent sight. On entering the building I found a repair in progress on their travelling Viscount Organ that had recently blown an amplifier driving external […]

Jesus Christ is Risen Today

[Hymn of the Month] Jesus Christ is Risen Today

For this month’s hymn we have appropriately selected the Christian Easter hymn, “Jesus Christ is Risen Today”. The author is unknown but early manuscripts suggest that the hymn was written in Germany in the 14th century. The hymn is most frequently set to the hymn tune “Easter Hymn” which was composed in the Lyra Davidica […]

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Musical Instruments Harmonisation Directive

Some years ago now, the Restrictions of Hazardous Substances EU Directive seemed to threaten the future of pipe organ building as it would have prohibited the use of lead in organ pipes. Happily this was overcome and pipe organ building continues as before but a new issue is on the horizon and set to impact […]