Instruments Huygens-Fokker

The Huygens-Fokker Foundation has a collection of very special microtonal instruments. The most prized possession is the Fokker 31-tone organ, which was developed by Adrian Fokker on bases of theories by the 17th century Dutch physicist, Christiaan Huygens. This acoustic organ is the only one of its kind in existence. Besides the 31-tone organ and a practice keyboard of the same layout, the Foundation owns two Archiphones (electronic 31-tone organs), two enharmonic trumpets, a 31-tone guitar and an organino (tunable electric keyboard).

In the right window is a list of our instruments with links to separate pages.

The keyboards of the archiphone and the organino