Császár is a village in Komárom-Esztergom county, Hungary 2,000 inhabitants.
The Catholic church was built between 1771-1775 by Jakab Fellner. The church is a scheduled monument. In 2009, thieves stole five very valuable Dorfmeister altarpieces. The altarpieces in 2014 found the police.
The two-manual Baroque organ built by Franz Xaver Luber, 1793.
Franz Luber was a German organ builder, who lived in Buda. Little is known about it, just know it has 3 built organ.
The frontal organ pipes requisitioned during the world War I. The pipes of confiscated in 1925 were substituted lower quality zinc-pipes. The salicional 8' has been built with them.
The organ has not been a major repairs and it works original situation but degraded condition.