Arp Schnitger organ Clausthal-Zellerfeld, St. Salvator (only case survived)



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1702: New organ by Arp Schnitger.

1864: Repairs by Engelhardt of Herzberg.

1912-1914: New organ in the Schnitger case by Furtwängler & Hammer.

1969-1970: Another new organ in the Schnitger case by Karl Schuke of Berlin.

Original specification: (01)

Hauptwerk   Rückpositif   Hinterwerk   Pedaal  
Principal 16' Principal 8' Quintadena 16' Principal 16'
Bordun 16' Gedact 8' Octava * 8' Subbass 16'
Oktav 8' Quintadena 8' Violdegam 8' Octav 8'
Spitzflöte 8' Octav 4' Rohr Floit 8' Rohrfloit 8'
Quinta 5 1/3' Spitzfloit 4' Gedact Octava 8' 2' Octava 4'
Octav 4' Waldfloit 2' Octav 4' Gembshorn  Quinta 4' 6'
Nachthorn 4' Octav 2' Flöte Doux 4' Nachthorn 2'
Nasat 2 2/3' Quinta * 1 1/2' Quinta 2 2/3' Rauschpfeife III
Superoctav 2' Sesquialtera II Gembshorn Nachtforn 2' Mixtur IV-V-VI
Flach Floit 2' Scharff IV-V-VI Sieflet 1' Posaune 16'
Mixtur V-VI Dulcian 16' Tertian II  Dulcian 16'
Cimbel  Scharff III Krummhorn  Trechter regal 8'  Scharf  Mixtur IV-V-VI VI Trommet 8'
Trommet 8'     Cimbel  Klingend Cimbel III Trommet 4'
Schalmey Trommet 4'     Hautboy 8'  Cornet 2'
        Vox Humana 8'     
               
Biermann (1738):  During the building of the organ some stops were changed (see strikethrough) and some others added (*)


Photo: Piet Bron Present console

Notes:

  1. E-Mail from Ibo Ortgies from 8-6-2005 with the alterations during the building of the organ
 


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