Restoration - true to historical styles and officially recognised
Working on valuable historical organs has a long tradition at Eule Orgelbau. Around 1930 baroque organs attracted considerable attention due to the effects of the organ movement. With its rich stock of historical organs Saxony offered and continues to offer us an extensive area of activity.
Due to the responsible approach taken to a particularly valuable historical instrument our company gained a good reputation in 1933 with the restoration of the Gottfried-Silbermann organ in its original style. This success brought in many other orders, the high point of which was the reconstruction of the Heinrich-Gottfried-Trost organ (1735 - 1739) in the Castle Church of Altenburg between 1974 - 76.
Our company received worldwide admiration for what was until then the most extensive and demanding restoration undertaken of the Hildebrandt organ (1743 - 1746) in the St. Wenzelskirche in Naumburg.