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

take the aural test, pipe organ v digital 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 ten audio pieces. Some are played on a pipe organ and some on a Viscount digital organ. Your task is to tell us which organ (pipe or digital) you think the pieces you listen to, are played on.

The pieces in each quiz are a mix of so this is a test of  your ear and our instrument!  You have a total of 1024 possible combinations of answers to each quiz. So guessing the solution will take quite some time!

How can you be “in to win”?

Click me to go to the Quiz PageIn order to have your name in the draw for the big prize of a home practice Viscount Digital Organ – you will need to correctly identify the 10 instruments. (See full terms and conditions on the Quiz Page).

If you just want to just “have a go” and have some fun – then you can just do the quiz no problem!

Do take part and see how good your hearing is or perhaps how good our physical modelling organ voices are? Whatever your opinion we hope that you enjoy the challenge and will share your result with your Facebook friends (perhaps create some healthy competition!)

We will announce the answers and the winner shortly after June 30th.  Good luck!

Regards from all the team at Viscount in Bicester.



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I have had a passion for church organs since the tender age of 12. I own and run Viscount Organs with a close attention to the detail that musicians appreciate; and a clear understanding of the benefits of digital technology and keeping to the traditional and emotional elements of organ playing.

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