The work on valuable historical organs has a long tradition at Hermann Eule- Orgelbau. Saxony and East Germany provide a rich inventory of historical organs with a large field of experience and activity.
Since 1993 already our company got a good reputation with the restoration of Gottfried Silbermann and Zacharias Hildebrandt organs which show the responsible handling of historically valuable instruments. This success was followed by many orders, the first extraordinary highlight of which was the restoration of the Gottfried Trost organ (1735-1739) in the Castle Church in Altenburg from 1974 to 1976. Our workshop attracted worldwide recognition wit the demanding restorations of the Hildebrandt organ in St. Wenzel in Naumburg (1743-1746), with the Creutzburg organ in St. Cyriakus in Duderstadt (1731-1746) and the spring chest organ, mainly from Jacob John (1705-1710), in Borgentreich.
Also very important are the romantic organs: Several works by Ladegast, Steinmeyer, Sauer, Kreutzbach, Walcker, Mehmel, but also by our company founder Hermann Eule were given a new future in recent years after extensive restoration. There are specialists for different tracker action and windchest systems including historical electronics, but also for viocing in style including reed stops in our workshop.