1. Evolving the Digital Organ

    The evolution of the organ has not been a rapid process, instead it has grown and changed over time thanks to societal tastes and technological limitations throughout the formation of today’s Western Civilization. This gradual, relatively unchanged evolution took a massive spike as technology allowed for digital elements to be included in the classic pipe organ in the mid-to-late 19th century. I…Read More

  2. History of Church Organs

    True pipe organs are becoming increasingly rare, largely due to the massive expense associated with their construction, as well as the ease-of-use, repair, and longevity associated with digital church organs in the modern era. Yet, these classical church organs are, without a doubt, an irrefutably large part of what has influenced today’s church culture and customs in the Western world. Here is …Read More

  3. Mondaino: Our Home

    Viscount organs and electrical instruments have been praised for their quality and craftsmanship, a fact we owe entirely to our home in the comune (municipality) of Mondaino, Italy. While many church and digital organs have long been made in Eastern Europe for lower labor costs, it is our pride that Viscount’s facilities are not located in grey and anonymous suburbs or in a nondescript industria…Read More

  4. Welcome to Our Blog!

    Hello, and welcome to the all-new blog for Viscount Organs North America. We are proud to bring the very best in technological innovation for a wide array of musical instruments, including classical electric and digital organs. As we begin our official launch of US product lines, we could not be more excited to share our family’s rich, 100 year history and knowledge acquired producing church and…Read More