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Choir organ

A photograph of the Choir Organ.

Rieger Orgelbau, Schwarzach (Austria), 1991

4 manuals, 55 stops, 4,028 pipes

One of the largest organs in Austria with mechanical action and couplers, mechanical stops with integrated electrical actuation, i.e. the organ can be registered purely mechanically. Only when the keys or the electronic setting system are used do electrical motors intervene in the mechanical stops.

Temperament: equal

a1 = 441.4 Hz at 15 °C room temperature

Koppeln

II/I III/I, IV/I, III/II, IV/II

I/P, II/P, III/P, IV/P

Disposition

Hauptwerk (1. Manual)

Principal 16'

Octav 8'

Gamba 8'

Hohlflöte 8'

Octav 4'

Spitzflöte 4'

Quinte 2 2/3'

Octav 2'

Mixtur major 6f. 2'

Mixtur minor 4f. 1 1/3'

Trompete 16'

Trompete 8'

Positiv (2. Manual), schwellbar

Principal 8' (ab c°)

Gedeckt 8'

Quintade 8'

Principal 4'

Rohrflöte 4'

Octav 2'

Blockflöte 2'

Larigot 1 1/3'

Sesquialtera 2f. 2 2/3'

Scharff 4f. 1'

Regal 16'

Cromorne 8'

Tremulant

Schwellwerk (3. Manual), schwellbar

Bourdon 16'

Principal 8'

Rohrflöte 8'

Salicional 8'

Schwebung 8' (ab c°)

Octav 4'

Flöte 4'

Viola 4'

Nazard 2 2/3'

Flachflöte 2'

Terz 1 3/5'

Mixtur 6-8f. 2'

Trompette harmonique 8'

Oboe 8'

Voix humaine 8'

Clairon 4'

Tremulant

Solowerk (4. Manual)

Trompete 8'

Clairon 4'

Cornet 5f. 8' (ab f°)

Pedal

Principal 32'

Principal 16'

Subbass 16'

Oktavbass 8'

Gedecktbass 8'

Quintbass 5 1/3'

Chroalbass 4'

Nachthorn 2'

Rauschpfeife 5f. 2 2/3'

Posaune 16'

Trompete 8'

Zinke 4'