Church of the St Charles Monastery

ORGUE nb. 24 | The organ of the the St Charles Monastery

The organ of the St Charles Convent’ chapel is a small instrument originally designed (in 1980) by the German organ-builder Oberlinger for the Benedictine Monastery at Tabgha on Tiberias Lake shore. It is used for liturgical needs exclusively .

The acoustics in the church suit the organ very well.

Description of the organ

One manual keyboard 54 notes

Gedeckt 8′
Flute 4′
Flute 2′

Pedal keyboard

upright 30 notes

Mechanical manuals and stop action