Please browse through a sample of some of the wonderful feedback we get from our customers – ranging from Music Directors in Music Schools and Cathedrals right through to Organists in Churches across the UK and Ireland. You will also see some testimonials from organ enthusiasts who have purchased a home instrument.
The Diocese of Leeds Organists’ Training Programme is indebted to Viscount Classical Organs for their generous loan of an Envoy 35-F. This excellent instrument has played a great part in allowing children to learn the organ, many of whom would not have been able to otherwise. The Programme now numbers 45 young pupils, with plans to expand further in forthcoming years.
Director of the Organists’ Training Programme and
Cathedral Organist in the Diocese of Leeds
I am very happy with my new Viscount Compact 31 organ. The whole process from visiting the showroom to receiving the organ was very slick. The colour I wanted wasn’t available but an instrument in the required finish was located in Italy and shipped out very quickly. It’s a joy to have an instrument on which I can practise in the warmth of my own home!
We have been hiring a Viscount Regent organ at Bromley Parish Church since the beginning of September while our pipe organ has been undergoing restoration. Everyone has been very complimentary about the organ and it has proved to be invaluable during the time we have been without our instrument.
The Viscount Chorum 40-S is perfect for my requirements as a practice instrument. It has been installed upstairs and its slim design made this possible. It is extremely versatile with four different sound sets: English, Romantic and two Baroque styles. Pistons and sequencer are fully programmable and there are also a number of different temperaments installed. It has a well-designed stop list which works well with all periods of music. The home organ has allowed me to utilise limited amounts of time to practise, rather than having to travel to my church to do so. I was also very pleased with the price.
Director of Music, St. John the Baptist, Kingsthorpe, Northampton
Co-ordinator South of England, Royal School of Church Music
The Envoy 35-F is a beautifully crafted instrument which is a delight to play, and has sound that fills the chapel without being overbearing, the craftsmanship is of a very high standard, and the installation went extremely smoothly, we were all very impressed from start to finish.
At last, St Mary’s has an instrument (Regent 356) with appropriate dignity and gravitas.
Director of Music, St Mary’s Church Nottingham
I am totally convinced that our Envoy 350-FV is a perfect teaching instrument in addition to being a worthy cathedral instrument. The unique Physis sound generation system is a complete revelation, total authenticity of voicing and fully adjustable to taste. It is five organs in one! Fantastic.
Organ Tutor & Academic Tutor, Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester
The Envoy 35-FV is very versatile in its range of stops and has a wonderful sound whether accompanying hymns, psalms and anthems or solo work. Our Summer Concert featured the organ as the main event, the Church was full and everyone was impressed with the wonderful sound.
A big thank you to Wensleigh, Jeremy and all the team at Viscount Classical Organs for their encouragement, help and hard work in providing us with a fine instrument.
Organist & Choir Master, St Michael’s Colyford in Devon
It is with much pleasure that I write to thank you you for the instillation of our Viscount Envoy 35-F organ which was in place by Christmas 2016.
Although I am the official organist, I am not qualified to comment technically, but visiting organists have been very favorably impressed by our acquisition and have very much enjoyed exploring and playing the instrument. Having been without an organ for almost 3 years, the congregation are delighted with the sound and the versatility of the instrument and are enjoying singing to its accompaniment.
From our first enquiries about the organ and the possible options for our church, the process proceeded with personal attention and courtesy. This was followed by the arrival of Jeremy with a trial organ. Once in place he hosted an introductory evening to which all interrested parties were invited to come and hear the capabilities of the instrument and to ask questions. We must thank him for his patience and expertise on this evening. He certainly made the instrument come alive in our beautiful church. This was of particular importance to us as the congregation immediately realised that this instrument was very good value for money and enabled us to rest in the knowledge that the excellent warranty and guarantee were an invaluable asset.
Those of us who play the organ, continue to enjoy learning more and more of the possibilities whilst also knowing we can just switch on and play. It was s superb Christmas present and will be for many more years to come.
Thank you once again Jeremy and the Viscount organ team for our superb instrument.
Organist, St John’s Methodist Church in Sunderland