Census IDPEK2003
LocationBeijing, CCOM private studio; later sold and moved to Taiwan.
SpecsI/4, C-g'''
Note:Not included in the Census in Keys to the Kingdom.

PEK2003 is a three-and-a-half stop positive made by Oberlinger (their Positive Form 1 model).

The organ was built for Prof. Shen Fanxiu of the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. After serving for sometime as a practice/studio instrument, the organ was sold, and eventually wound up in the chapel of the Shuanglian (Suang-Lien) Elderly Center in New Taipei City, Taiwan.

According to Oberlinger’s website, the specs are (probably):


Gedackt 8′

Rohrflöte 4′

Principal 2′

Quinte 1 1/3′

Keyboard of PEK2003

Oberlinger, Positive Form 1.

Chapel of the Suang-Lien Eldery Center, Taipei. PEK2003 is seen against the far wall at center.