Sweelinck Series

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621) was a Dutch composer and organist whose work spanned the end of the Renaissance and the beginning of the Baroque Periods. Sweelinck revolutionised Dutch organ music with unparalleled levels of contrapuntal complexity and refinement, before the emergence of J.S. Bach. A number of Sweelinck's innovations are of profound musical importance such as composing the first organ fugue.

The timeless music of Sweelinck has inspired Johannus to produce an instrument of immense sound performance and aesthetic finish. Beautiful paneling and more comprehensive stop lists make these organs both pleasing to the ear as well as the eye.

The Sweelinck range explores more of the Romantic foundation stops and Baroque mutations within the organ voice family. This series incorporates longer sound sample loops, higher resolution and a superior digital-to-analogue conversion structure to give these models a more pipe-like character.

Our recommendation: home, studio, medium to large chapel and church, concert hall