Aside from their many instruments in Denmark, they have built organs in northern Germany, Sweden, Finland, the Netherlands, Great Britain, South Africa, Japan, and the United States.Jürgen Marcussen (1781–1860) founded the organ-building company in 1806.Marcussen & Søn, known as Marcussen and previously as Marcussen & Reuter, is a Danish firm of pipe organ builders.They were one of the first firms to go back to classical organ-building techniques, and have been producing mechanical-action organs since 1930.
The company has been based in a house in the small town of Åbenrå, in southern Jutland, since 1830.Jyllands-Posten anvender cookies til at huske dine indstillinger, statistik og målrette annoncer.Når du fortsætter med at bruge websitet, accepterer du samtidig brugen af cookies.The firm's work was still based at this stage on the Baroque organ-building tradition, but from about 1900, in common with nearly all other organ-builders, they began making use of pneumatics, electricity, and other innovations popular at the time, typified by the organs of Cavaillé-Coll. Following an 1925 organ conference in Hamburg and Lübeck, Marcussen was one of the first builders of the Organ Reform Movement, returning to the sonic, structural, and technical principles of the North-European Baroque organ, employing ultra-low wind pressures and high-pitched, vertical principal choruses characteristic of the instruments of Gottfried Silbermann and Arp Schnitger.The guiding figure behind the change was Sybrand Zachariassen (1900–1960), who took over management of the firm in 1922 at the age of 21.
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Regeringen i den tyske delstat Slesvig-Holsten planlægger at deponere 35.000 tons let radioaktivt affald på syv lossepladser rundt om i delstaten.En af lossepladserne ligger blot meter fra den danske kommune i den lille kommune Harrislee.Within a few decades, Marcussen organs began to gain an international reputation, particularly as fine models of the mechanical organ, which again became the preeminent basis of European organ-building practice in the second half of the twentieth century.Sybrand Jürgen Zachariassen (born in Flensburg, ) became director in 1960.Police said they were contacted by a member of the woman's family who had not been able to reach her for several days.