Continuo Organs

Designed by Henk Klop of the Netherlands, these continuo organs have found its place among many early music groups, choirs and touring ensembles throughout the world.


To achieve the mild yet carrying tone so searched for in continuo organs, the pipework is made entirely of wood, following historical examples like the Compenius organ of 1610 in Copenhagen. This has as extra advantages extremely light weight and ruggedness of construction; it can be easily transported in any position without fear of damage.

Klop Pipe Organ K1
By Henk Klop

All registers are split bass/treble, with both stop knobs operated by one (left) hand. Casework is in cherry with ornamental grill panels.

  • REGISTERS : 8' stopped flute + 4' open flute
  • PITCHES : 392/415/440/465
  • RANGE : C-f'''
  • DIMENSIONS : L113*B84*H49
  • CONSTRUCTION YEAR : 2000
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Klop Pipe organ K4
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All registers are split bass/treble, with both stop knobs operated by one (left) hand. Casework is in cherry with ornamental grill panels.

  • REGISTERS : 8' + 4' +2' Principals 8' + Flute 8' + Regal
  • PITCHES : 392/415/440/465
  • RANGE : C-f'''
  • DIMENSIONS : L113*B64*H84
  • CONSTRUCTION YEAR : 1999

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Klop Regal Organ KR
By Henk Klop

Brass resonators, shallots and tongues.
Swell flap.
European oak cask.
Detachable music desk.
Four screw-in legs, base with self-contained 240V blower.

  • REGISTERS : 8'
  • PITCH : 392/415/440
  • RANGE -
  • DIMENSIONS -
  • CONSTRUCTION YEAR : 2009
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Klop Pipe Organ K4T
By Henk Klop

Klop Organ with Tower - add-on to K4

  • EXTRA REGISTERS : Principals 8' to CC
  • PITCHES : 392/415/440/465
  • DIMENSIONS : L64*B64*H200
  • CONSTRUCTION YEAR : 1999
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