Marienmünster

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Marienmünster

Restoration of the organ Patroclus Möller in Marienmünster (1736/38)

Technical specifications

3 manuals, 48 keys, Pedal 27 keys, 44 stops

 

80% original lead pipework

 

Reconstruction of the console, the key and stop actions, the windchest of the Positif and the wedge-bellows

 

Addition of an automatic winding mechanism

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II/P 10 stops, mechanical stop and key action

Restoration Rinckenbach Organ 1912, in an historic case from Dubois, 1762
III/P – 47 stops, electrical action
Dedication at 12th of June, 2016
press review : l’ami hebdo and DNA (Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace)

1997-09-29

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II / P -13 stops, mechanical action, one windchest for GO / POS

Grand Orgue from Louis Suret (1867), modified by Danion-Gonzalez in 1971-73. Some older pieces remain from the XVIIth und XVIIIth century.
Roland Galtier, governmental expert for organbuilding, supervises the works. He has defined the program of the works : Overhauling of the organcase, rebuilding of the key action. The electrical stop solenoids and motors will be renewed; a modern setter capture system will be installed.
The works has been finished in July 2009

III / P 56/32

43 Stops

Notes : mechanical – Stops : pneumatic (high pressure)

Combination action : Dièse info (Joël Pétrique)

II/P 22 stops, electrical action, DALSTEIN HAERPFER organ from 1895

III/P 35 stops, (43 stops at the console), mechanical action

See also this site:
http://www.stjohannes-bk.de/index.php?id_site=St.%20Johannes%20-%20Kirche

III / P – 50 Stops – Mechanical action (keys and stops) + Combination action.
With this work, the Muhleisen-team has won the national distinction “Best craftsmen of France” in teamworking.

See also this site:
http://www.concerto-gandersheim.de

II/P – 25 stops, mechanical action

2000-12-17

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III/P 35 stops, mechanical action, organ case from 1828

II/P 23 stops, mechanical action