The Walcker Organ (1916) at Doesburg, Martinikerk, betrays Oscar Walcker's 'tacit' aesthetics: it is a copy of the much larger Walcker organ (1912) at Hamburg, Michaeliskirche, be it significantly reduced in size by leaving away all early 20th century additions the Hamburg organ was equipped with. Which makes the Doesburg organ 'just' another German 'modern organ' in the tradition of the late 19th century.
|Title of host publication||Orgelreform in Nederland|
|Subtitle of host publication||Het orgel in de Grote of Martinikerk te Doesburg|
|Editors||Willem Jan Cevaal|
|Place of Publication||Zutphen|
|Number of pages||98|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|