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Saint Bavo Church, Christian Muller Organ, Haarlem
Netherlands

The Christian Muller Organ is the focal point of St. Bavo. It's 30 meters high and has 5068 pipes. The organ was constructed by Amsterdam organ builder Christian Muller between 1735 and 1738. Handel and Mozart both have played it.

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Uploaded: 12/04/2011
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