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II/P 25 stops, mechanical action, restauration of the WEGMANN/STIEHR organ from 1842



New organ II/P/12 stops,
in an old case
The organ was received from the organist (cathedral Eichstätt), Martin Bernreuther.

Small Mutin Cavaillé-Coll organ, from the series of Cavaillé-Coll’s catalog around 1920.
Original stoplist

Saint Therese church, Dalstein-Haerpfer Organ, 1908
Overhauling pneum. action Grand-orgue and Récit, II/P – 11 stops

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III/P, 51 stops (8 transm.), electro-pneumatic and mechanical action, 1983: restauration and reharmonisation of the Roethinger organ from 1959.
2009 : restoration of the electrical action. New keyboard- and stop switches have been installed, with a new electronic system that allows to allocate each sound board (windchest in the organ) on every keyboard in the console desk. So one can i.e. have a baroque or a symphonic configuration of the 3 keyboards, in accordance with the choosen repertoire.
Tuning has been refined, and the voicing controlled.



II/P 16 stops, mechanical cone-valve chest, Haerpfer-organ from 1870

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Mühleisen-Organ 1979;
II / P / 16 R
1858 Walker buffet laid on new base
Overhaul 2016



II/P 19 stops, mechanical stop and key action ROYER 1663 – PUGET XIX. c. – MUHLEISEN 1964, 2001 (overhaul)

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II/P 16 stops, mechanical action, restauration according to the state of origine (Meyer 1848)

II/P 10 stops, mechanical action, reversed console