Theme for Orgelkids

We already had our own logo, but for our movies we also wanted an ‘audio logo’. A nice melody that helps you recognizing videos about Organ Kids, that was the question we asked Bart Wuilmus. He accepted the challenge and so now there is a real theme for Orgelkids.

But Bart had a much better idea! “It will be even better if that theme is part of a complete piece that you can play on all kinds of organs.” So he offered to make the sheet music available to anyone who joins our Orgelkids project. You can play the piece on a large organ with pedal, but also on the small Do-organ after children have built it up.


And so here is for you: the sheet music (PDF) and. .. a nice video in which you see Bart playing on two different organs.

Music and organ: Bart Wuilmus
Recording: Peter Van Bouwel
Video and editing: Jan Geubels
Recorded in Abdij Averbode, 15 October, 2018
Organs: Verschueren (2002), Do-organ Wim Janssen (2015).

Bart, Peter and Jan, thank you very much for your wonderful contribution to Orgelkids!

Materials at the Orgelkids organ

If you want to get started with the Do-organ, we have instruction cards, a lesson plan, sheet music and much more ready for you.

Where in the world?

Orgelkids started in the Netherlands and now operates in many countries around the world. On this map, we keep track of where you can find the Do-organ.


Orgelkids maintains a blog with current news about Orgelkids projects from around the world.

Orgelkids Wiki

Looking for more activities to introduce children to organ music? Orgelkids collects all kinds of educational lesson suggestions on the Orgelkids Wiki.