Not only is Trefoldighetskirke a monumental landmark it also houses a magnificent organ of cathedral dimensions.The new organ was completed in 2010 and comprises 3 manuals and 57 registers. Built by the German firm Mühleisenand it is a tonally rich instrument, one of the finest organs in Norway - if not the finest. Even a non-musician will be impressed by the variety of sounds this organ produces. It boasts 2 full length 32' registers, one of which a reed and although conceived in German romantic style it can handle any period of the organ repertoire. A superb concert instrument and an inspiring one for congregational singing.
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