New Apostolic Church, Bad Oeynhausen, Germany
Protégé 321e, Three Manual, 38 Stop Instrument

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The construction of the New Apostolic Church in Bad Oeynhausen, Germany was completed in June of 2012 and has a seating capacity of 600. The church's nave is marked by a strategically located architectural dome which creates an acoustic environment unmatched by many of today's newly constructed houses of worship. The Allen Protégé 321e organ's speakers are integrated behind two pipe façades to the left and right of the sanctuary. Although the distance between the pipe cases measures more than 65 feet, the magnificence of the organ's sound was in no way compromised, thanks to Allen's expert voicing coupled with superior church acoustics.

The Allen three-manual, 38-stop instrument is adorned with a special white lacquered finish. This organ is one of 42 Allen instruments installed since 2009 in New Apostolic Churches in Germany replacing many older analog and digital organs from a variety of European builders. The congregation cited their reason for selecting an Allen Organ as high quality in both pipe sound and craftsmanship.