Census IDHKG1977a
LocationHong Kong, Pentecostal Tabernacle
Costca. 250,000 HKD
NoteThis instrument replaces the organ previously listed under this census number, and now cited as HKG1982 in the Census.

HKG1977a is  two-manual and pedal organ built by Kleuker for the Pentecostal Tabernacle on Castle Road in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels. This was the second of Kleuker’s installations in Hong Kong, after HKG1975.

The specs are:


Rohrflöte 8′

Prinzipal 4′

Waldflöte 2′

Mixtur IV

Trompete 8′

Swell (under expression)

Gedackt 8′

Koppelflöte 4′

Sesq[u]ialtera II

Quinte 1 1/3′

Scharff III


Subbaß 16′

Offenflöte 8′

Choralbaß 4′

Couplers and accessories GT/Ped, SW/Ped, SW/GT, Tremolo (SW), Swell pedal

In the Census (Appendix) to Keys to the Kingdom, the Census number now assigned to this organ was inadvertently assigned to HKG1982.

HKG1977a, from the nave.

Pentecostal Tabernacle, corner of Castle and Seymour Roads.