Tallinn (EST) | Methodist Church

In 2007 the Schumacher Company won the competition for a new organ for the Methodist Church in Tallinn, Estonia. This temple makes part of a large seminary devoted to the Methodist theological education where numerous students from across Eastern Europe and Scandinavia concur. It is the first of a total of three new organs intended for the enrichment of the Estonian pipe organ landscape which up to this day is dominated by Germanic instruments built around the turn of the 19th-20th century. Our organ takes inspiration from the French style which remains up to this day almost unknown in the country.


Stop list

Great I


Bordun 16'

Principal 8'

Rohrflute 8'

Gamba 8'

Octave 4'

Octave 2'

Mixtur IV

Cornet IV

Trompete 8'




Swell II


Bordun 8' 

Salicional 8'

Chimlney Flute 4'

Principal 4'

Nasard 2 '

Octave 2'

Tierce 1 '

Mixtur II-III

Oboe 8'






Subbas 16'

Octavbass 8'

Flute 8'

Octavbass 4'

Posaune 16'

Trompete 8'



Pedalcoupler Great / Pedal

Pedalcoupler Swell / Pedal


Tallinn (EST)
Built in
Organ builder
Guido Schumacher
Stop list
II – P, 24