Top of the range Mustel Harmoniums for Hire here in the UK at competitive prices.
If you need a harmonium for a performance, we feel sure we can help you.
Should you be interested in hiring one of our instruments, contact us for details, costs etc and we will send you our information. Customers have frequently complimented us on our prompt & friendly service and we pride ourselves on our “Fuss-Free” reputation!
Should you wish to familiarise yourself with the instruments, you are most welcome to visit our base in Yorkshire – easily accessible by public transport – where you will be offered support and guidance from us. Please call to arrange a time.
Over the 37yrs we have been enthusiasts for reed organs, we have built up a wealth of experience, all of which is used to maintain our instruments to a high standard.
They are highly regarded both in UK and abroad – a Belgian Organist & Harmoniumist commented that the Black Mustel was “a joy to play, being a truly well oiled instrument”.
He was referring to the ease with which the instrument could be played.
OTHER CLIENTS HAVE SAID -
“…the Harmonium was a huge success. Thanks from me, from Christopher Harris (our Harmoniumist) and from all at London Orpheus Choir.
We were really grateful to you both for getting this organised at such incredibly short notice. And especially to Phil for his very prompt, reliable and efficient service, and for all his help and guidance in placing and use of the instrument on the day – that really did help in achieving a superb performance – his love of and enthusiasm for the instrument was certainly very infectious!”
Richard Jenkinson – Conductor of London Orpheus Choir re a performance of Rossini’s Petite Messe Solonnelle (22.06.2012)
“Thanks so much for your help – you have really saved the day”
Angharad Cooper Projects Officer Opera North
“Many thanks for your wonderful service – the harmonium was beautiful and (our harmoniumist) certainly enjoyed playing it. It has been great to work with you both, thank you for making it such a smooth-running process.
I hope we can work with you again soon.”
Lucy Campion-Orchestra/Ensemble Manager, Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Cardiff