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Details of St. Peter’s, Liegnitz, Silesia, Prussia


Organ History
1839Built by Buckow
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ” - Robert Cosks & Co., 1877, London

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
342423T

I. Hauptwerk
1.Bourdon16'wood.
2.Principal8'3/4 tin.
3.Gemshorn8'tin.
4.Viol d’amour8'tin.
5.Flaut grave8' 
6.Flaut Douce8'wood.
7.Octave4'tin.
8.Flaut Douce4'metal.
9.Quint2 2/3'metal.
10.Super-octave2' 
11.Flautino2'metal.
12.ProgressioIII-V (2') 
13.CornettIII [5-8-10]  
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iiIII/I  
II. Oberwerk
14.Quintaton16'tin; the great octave of wood.
15.Salicional8'7/8 English tin.
16.Pyramidflote8'wood.
17.Prestant4'7/8 English tin.
18.Piffaro4'3/4 English tin.
19.Flautino2'3/4 English tin.
20.CornettIII [12-15-19-22] English tin.
21.Oboe8' 
III. Echowerk
22.Prestant8'3/4 tin.
23.Viola di Gamba8'7/8 tin.
24.Flaut amabile8'metal, the bass octave of wood.
25.Principal4'7/8 English tin.
26.Flaut amoroso4'metal.
27.Spitzflote-quint2 2/3'tin.
28.Octave2'tin.
29.Flaut Piccolo1'tin.
30.MixtureIII (1 1/3') 
Pedal
31.Principal16'polished tin.
32.Violon16'oak.
33.Prestant16'oak.
34.Sub-bass16' 
35.Principal8' 
36.Violoncello8'wood.
37.Bass-flote8'wood.
38.Quint5 1/3'tin and wood.
39.Super-octave4' 
40.Octave2' 
41.Posaune16' 
42.Trompette8' 
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