New pipe organ for the catholic church in Struth

The catholic church St. Jakobus d. Ä. in Struth receives a new pipe organ using the historic organ front (1885) by organ builder Breitbart from Mühlhausen. The tripartite prospectus has been stretched in its proportions and the Principal 8' facade pipes start with F. The organ has been repositioned far to the front and the Hauptwerk now stands in front of the massive arch, behind it the swell in an 8 cm thick multi-layered, massive housing in sandwich construction, while the open-topped pedal with the bassoon bass forms the conclusion of the organ.

Disposition

I. Hauptwerk, C - g'''

01. PRINCIPAL 8'
02. HOHLFLÖTE 8'
03. OCTAVE 4'
04. KLEINGEDECKT 4'
05. OCTAVE 2'
06. MIXTUR III-IV 1 1/3'
07. TROMPETE 8'

II. Schwellwerk, C - g'''

08. GEIGENPRINCIPAL 8'
09. BOURDON 8'
10. TRAVERSFLÖTE 4'
11. NASARD 2 2/3'
12. FLAGEOLETT 2'
13. TERZ 1 3/5'
14. OBOE 8'
Tremulant

Pedalwerk, C - f'

15. SUBBASS 16'
16. OCTAVBASS 8'
17. CELLO 8'
18. FAGOTTBASS 16'

 

Nebenregister und Spielhilfen

II/I II16'/I  
I/P    
II/P    

Mechanical Tracker actions and couplers
Electrical stop action & setter combinations

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