Orgelkids introduces you to different types of organ music. To listen to and … to play yourself. On huge organs and on little instruments. Our Orgelkids organ in a box (the so called ‘Do-organ’) is a real working instrument that can be played after it has been built by children. Just for fun or even in a real concert. Enjoy the organ music!

David and Goliath

“David and Goliath” by Tom Schmutzler, a musical fantasy for a large organ and the little Orgel Kids organ. Goliath is a character in the

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A fun duet for Orgelkids organ

A fun duet for Orgelkids kit and organ of Franz Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. 94, Movement 2, entitled It’s a Surprise! It was commissioned by the AGO SWFL for their Orgelkids program with thanks to Jonathan Birner and John Fenstermaker.

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Voluntary for Do-organ

Orgelkids is also active in Hungary. Every year the “Night of the Organs” is held there, with concerts in all kinds of churches across the country. This year, two concerts were also given with the Doe organ

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Educational projects working with the Orgelkids organ kit can be found in many countries: