Notes, songbooks and schools for e-organ

The electronic organ is a home organ with two manuals and one pedal, which had its heyday in the second half of the 20th century.

Later variants with electronic sound generation were, for example, the Hammond organ (gospel and jazz) and the more elaborate concert organ (pop music), which are still popular today.

Today’s successor of the E-Organ is the versatile (one-manual) keyboard. The digital piano has also become an important electronic alternative to the piano.

On the digital sacral organ, which can be found both at home and in some (smaller) churches, the complete repertoire for church organ can be played.