The instrument is a three manual / thirty-four stop /
fifty-four rank pipe organ, built by Rieger of Schwartzach Austria, installed
in 1974. Pictured are the Hauptwerke (center), divided pedal towers
with flamed copper facade principals (right and left), schwellewerke behind
the wooden grill (center), and an oberpositiv behind the mounted cornet
(center top). The setter / stop knob action is mechanical and
is connected to an electric stop action. The specification was drawn up
by Klaus-Christhart Kratzenstein and Rieger. Architectural design
by Josef von Glatter-Gotz and voicing by Klaus F. Knoth of Rieger.
The maintenance is performed by Pieter
Visser and Associates of Houston.
Swellewerke (Manual III) 11 stops / 15 ranks
2 2/3' Nasat
1 3/5' Terz
5f Mixtur (2')
8' Vox Humana
Hauptwerke (Manual II) 9 stops / 18 ranks
8' Principal (facade)
5f Cornet - to tenor "G"
6f Mixtur (1 1/3')
Oberpositive (Manual I) 6 stops / 9 ranks
Pedal 8 stops / 12 ranks
16' Principal (copper
5f Hintersatz (2 2/3')
III to Pedal
II to Pedal
I to Pedal
III to II
I to II
Swell expression pedal
5 general combination toe levers
6 reversible manual to pedal toe levers
"Plenum" toe lever (setable "full organ")
"Ab" toe lever ("cancel")
Pictures of console, two of hauptwerk pipes,
rollerboard trackers, oberpositiv pipes, and
Visser & Assoc. technicians during restoration.
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