sluding.jpg (95363 bytes)Lüdingworth, St. Jacobi

Discography

First 2 photos on this page from: http://www.yale.edu/ism/Yale_Organ_Tour/Tour_images/Cappel_images/

1683: Building of the organ by Arp Schnitger. He used parts of  pipework, case and windchests of the previous organ from 1599 by Antonius Wilde.

1746: Jacob Albrecht replaces the Dulcian 16' of the Rückpositif by a Vox Humana 8'.

1796-1798: Georg Wilhelm Wilhelmy adds Dis to the Pedal and replaces the Cimbelstern by "Harmonischen Glocken".

1930-1931: Repairs by Furtwängler & Hammer.

1960-1961: Restoration according to the principles of the "Orgelbewegung". Intonation on a low wind-pressure and new tracker action mechanism.

sluding1.jpg (63118 bytes)1981-1982: Restoration by Jürgen Ahrend.

1999: With an "Orgelwoche" from 27.6.1999 - 8.7.1999 the 400th birthday of the organ was celebrated. The restoration of the organ (1981-1982) was finished by tuning the organ in quarter-comma meantone temperament. (01)

Specification: Wilde: (W), Schnitger (S), Ahrend (A)

Oberwerk   Rückpositif   Brustpositif   Pedaal  
Quintadena 16' (W,S) Gedeckt 8' (W) Gedacktes 4' (W) Untersatz 16' (S)
Principal 8' (W) Principal 4' (S,A) Quintfloit 2 2/3' (W) Principal 8' (W)
Rohrfloit 8' (W) Spitzfloit 4' (S) Octave 2' (W),S Octava 4' (W)
Octave 4' (W) Octava 2' (S) Scharff III (S) Nachthorn 2' (A)
Hohlfloit 4' (W) Siflit 1 1/3' (S) Regal 8' (W) Rauschpfeife II (W)
Nahsat 2 2/3' (W) Sesquialtera II (S)     Mixtur V (A)
Octave 2' (W) Terzian II (S)     Posaune 16' (S)
Rauschpfeife II (W,S) Scharff IV-VI (S)     Trommet 8' (W)
Mixtur V (W,S) Dulcian 16' (S,A)     Cornet 2' (A)
Zimbel III (A)            
Trommette 8' (W)            

Notes:

  1. E-Mails from Ibo Ortgies (6-6-2002 10:53) and 22-1-2003 10:05

 


Photo: Dennis Wubs