The 22-stop, two-manual mechanical action Skrabl organ was built for a new Dutch Reformed church in De Fontein, Netherlands in 2011. It is played in the recordings below by Aart Bergwerff.
Bach: Allein Gott In Der Hoh'Sei Ehr' BMV 663 - Aart Bergwerff
Widor: Intermezzo (Symphonie VI, Opus 42) - Aart Bergwerff
The two-manual organ of 21 stops is in the Church of the Assumption in Mekinje, Kamnik, Slovenia. It is played here by Aart Bergwerff.
Bach: An Wasserflussen Babylon, BMV 653 - Aart Bergwerff
Mendelssohn: Sonata 4, Allegro con brio - Aart Bergwerff
This 18-stop, two-manual mechanical action Skrabl organ, built in 2008, stands in the 15th century parish church in Lavamuend, Austria. It is played in the recordings below by Orthulf Prunner.
Mendelssohn: Sonata 6, Allegro con brio - Orthulf Prunner
Francois Couperin: L'élévation, Tierce en taille - Orthulf Prunner
This 26-stop, three-manual Skrabl organ, built in 2008, is in the Cathedral of St Nicholas, Novo Mesto, Slovenia. In these recordings it is played by Milko Bizjak.
Louis Couperin: Chacone - Milko Bizjak
John Stanley: Voluntary In C - Milko Bizjak