Wim Diepenhorst & Rogér van Dijk The Verschueren organ at Roggel
Het ORGEL 97 (2001), nr. 5, 24-26 [summary]

On 6 December 1998, the new Verschueren organ of the St.-Petruskerk in Roggel was inaugurated. It was built following baroque traditions in the valleys of the Meuse and the Rhine, which makes it suited to a broad range of literature. The pipes stand on two chests in which the channels of Hoofdwerk and Positief alternate. The organ has 19 stops. Its sound is very refined, and the historicallybased front fits very well in the church interior.