The 1738 Müller organ at the Grote Kerk (The Great Church) in Haarlem, Netherlands.

The 1738 Müller Organ at the Grote Kerk

The 1738 Müller organ at the Grote Kerk (The Great Church) in Haarlem, Netherlands. The organ counts more than 5000 pipes, divided over 64 registers, with three manuals and a pedal, said to be the largest and is the most depicted instrument in the world. It covers the whole west wall of the church and measures almost 30 metres from the ground.

The 1738 Müller organ at the Grote Kerk (The Great Church) in Haarlem, Netherlands.

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