Stettin, St. Jacobi


Source: Gustav Fock: Arp Schnitger und seine Schule Click at the photo to enlarge

1698-1700: New organ by Arp Schnitger.

Specification of the organ in Schnitger's time:
Hauptwerk   Rückwerk   Brustwerck   Pedal  
Principal 16' Gedact 8' Fleute Douce 8' Principal 16'
Quintadena 8' Quintadena 8' Praestant 4' Bordun 16'
Ge,shorn 8 Viol de Gamba 8' Blockflöt 4' Octava 8'
Traversa 8' Principal 4' Waldflöte 2' Rohrflöt 8'
Octava 4' Spielflöt 4' Superoctava 2' Octava 4'
Schweitzer Pfeife 4' Nassat 2 2/3' Scharf III Mixtur IV-VI
Quinta 2 2/3' Rauschquint? 2 2/3' Hautbois 8' Posaun (from F) 24'
Octava 2' Octava 2' Krumhorn 8' Posaun 16'
Flachflöte 2' Sesquialtra II     Fagot vel Basson 16'
Tertian II Scharf II-V     Trompet 8'
Mixtur V-VI Dulcian 16'     Schalmey 4'
Scharf III Trompet 8'     Cornet 2'
Trompet 16'            
Vox Humana 8'            
 
1751: Changes by P. Migend

1783: Changes by Mehnert

1786 and 1807: Changes by G.F. Grüneberg.

1827: Changes by A.W. Grüneberg

1843 and 1853: Changes by G. Kaltschmidt

1868: Changes by B. Grüneberg

1902: Changes by B. Grüneberg. Fernwerk with 10 ranks.

1935: Changes in the style of the Orgelbewegung.

1944: Church and organ destroyed by bombes.


Source: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jakobskathedrale_%28Stettin%29

2008: New organ by Zych Zakłady Organowe


Source: http://zych.com


Source: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jakobskathedrale_%28Stettin%29