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So much pleasure at the turn of a hand!

DELEIKA® Street Organs made in Germany traditionally handcrafted

Handmade instruments with music strips or memory control – worldwide shipping.

In our traditional manufactory in Germany (Bavaria) we produce our various and original DELEIKA® street organs in pure craftsmanship. Choose between different models with melodies on music strips or within our own invented memory control.

Pure handwork: During the process of building the instrument (also known as “barrel organ”, “hurdy gurdy” or “monkey grinder”) there is no single step of automation. Everything – and we mean business – is made and installed by hand. The result is an absolutely unique and wonderful piece of art with a fine function. The hand-painted rustic art as well as the noble wood integrated inlays will make you the owner of a unique item with increasing value.

Since 1996 we manufacture in “Dinkelsbuehl” and provide worldwide shipping

Since our founding in 1981 DELEIKA® stands for best service and high-class quality. Feel free to convince yourself. You are warmly welcome in our street organ manufactory in Germany (Dinkelsbuehl). Here you can also take a look at our popular museum.

Your beloved melody: Do you have a very specific music request and you want us to make it available for your street organ? Even then DELEIKA® has the solution. Just decide between the classical music strip (also available for other fabrics) or the memory control.

Unique Street Organs from Germany – more facts

With a DELEIKA® street organ you can choose from more than 3.300 songs to build your memory of choice. You want to take a look at our music selection? Here you find our lists of songs. Just pick your favorite melodies.

Worldwide shipping and service: It does not always have to be a brand new instrument. Many of our enthusiasts regularly catch a glimpse of our used street organs.

Man working on street organ
Inside of a street organ
Street organ museum