From the crypt to the loft, organs can be found throughout St. Michael’s, with six instruments delivering a unique sound experience. That makes them part of a grand tradition, as the church has had extraordinary instruments since the 18th century.
Each of the organs at the church today has its own unique characteristics and some even have a secret. One organ rings tubular bells, another seems to make it rain, and yet another conceals a nightingale in the form of a small pipe which sounds like the call of the bird. Combined, all the St. Michael’s organs boast more than 11,000 pipes, some of which you can hear, for instance, every day during the midday prayer service at 12 p.m.