Hungarian village organs composite

Janos Sachs
 organ builder lived in the middle of the nineteenth century in Komarom. He built several small organ, especially the churches in the villages Transdanubia.

The organ presented in one of the largest remained organ. Unfortunately, the organ is quite poor condition. The subbassus stop can not be used at all. The organ is need of complete renovation. But the present state of the organ can be evaluated pretty unique sound.

Istvan Kolonics organ builder lived in the same of age in another corner of Hungary, Transylvania. He produced more than 200 small organ, mostly positives for small village churches in Transylvania. This is a typical Kolonics organ. The pedal later built from an unknown master.

The Kolonics organ was recorded by László Megyaszai.

Sample quality 
The sample sets are available in wave format 48kHz/24bit, stereo, multiple loops (1-8) and multiple releases (3 levels). Equal, a=440 Hz

The sample sets made ​​in wet stereo form.  

The reverb 2 s, which follows the acoustics of the two churches.

Hauptwerk v4.2 or v5 supported for the Organ Definition Files.

Keyboards, Pedal 
The original organ compass of the manuals are 49keys (the virtual 61 keys), the compass of the pedal is 24 (virtual 32) keys.  

RAM requirements (GB)

stereo wet


16 bit

24 bit

Hungrian village



The data is for information only. They depend on the operating system and other apps.

The Organ of Hans Sachs

The Organ of Kolonics István

Pedal  original: 24 keys  virtual: 32 keys

Oktavbass 8'

Pedal original: 24 keys  virtual: 32 keys

Subbass 16

Great  original: 49 keys  virtual: 61 keys

Bourdon 8', Salicional 8' (-from 54-f#)

Octave 4', Flaute 4', Quint 2 2/3', Octav 2'


Great original: 49 keys  virtual: 361 keys

Coppel 8’

Coppel 4', Principal 4', Octav 2'

Quint 1 1/3', Superoctav 1'

Extras (only the virtual model)




Extras (only the virtual model)




Expansions are only the organ own sound files

Audio demos

Leo Christopherson
Free Download

The wonderful little organ is a gift for all of us.