Census IDHKG1979
LocationHong Kong, China Congregational Church; later dismantled and some pipework incorporated in HKG2012.
Note:No longer extant.

The fourth of Kleuker’s Hong Kong instruments, this organ was installed in the China Congregational Church in Causeway Bay. The original specs were:

Great (C-g3)

Principal 8′

Spitzflöte 8′

Octave 4′

Blockflöte 2′

Mixtur IV

Trompete 8′

Swell (under expression)

Gedackt 8′

Rohrflöte 4′

Principal 2′

Sesquiatera II (double-draw 2 2/3′ + 1 3/5′)

Cymbel III

Oboe 8′

Pedal C-f1)

Pommer 16′

Gemshorn 8′

Choralbaß 4′

Fagott 16′

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

Sometime before 2012, the organ was dismantled as part of a major rebuilding of the church, and parts of the pipework were incorporated in the new organ For this newer and larger organ by Reichel , see HKG2012.