Address: Oskar Braatens gate 35, 0474 Oslo, Norway

  • Church exterior (photo: TV 2)
  • Organ facade (photo: Vegar Sandholt)
Lilleborg kirke
(Lilleborg church) is a church in Torshov, Oslo.

Consecrated on the 13th November 1966, the church is of concrete and brick construction and has a capacity of 600 persons.

The current organ - a new instrument built by the Swedish firm Åkerman og Lund - was installed in October 1981. Before this, the church housed the organ now in 'gammelkirka'.

The organ utilises an unequal temperament - Werkmeister III - and although it is not one of the largest instruments in Oslo, it is noted by many on account of its beauty.

Current organEdit

Builder: Åkerman og Lund (SE) - 1981

Division Stop Name Length (ft)
I - Hovedverk Principal 8'
Rörflöjt 8'
Octava 4'
Tvärflöjt 4'
Spetsflöjt 2'
Sesquialtera II
Mixtur III
Trompet 8'
II - Oververk Fugara 8'
Gedackt 8'
Principal 4'
Coppula 4'
Superquint 1 1/3'
Flöjt 2'
Dulcian 8'
Pedal Subbas 16'
Gedackt 8'
Octava 4'
Fagott 16'

Couplers [assumed]:




Other notesEdit

Temperament: Werkmeister III