The Specification of the Cathedral Organ

Lucerne, Switzerland


Organ History
1651Built by Johann Geissler, Salzburg
Status
Unkown
Information Source
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

I. Hauptwerk (Tracker - CC-e3 53 notes)
1.Nachthorn16' 
2.Prestant8' 
3.Hohlflote8' 
4.Salicional8' 
5.Gemshorn4' 
6.Quintflote2 2/3' 
7.Nazard2 2/3' 
8.Spitzflote2' 
9.Quintadena2' 
10.SesquialteraV (2 2/3') 
11.Trompet8' 
12.Vox humana8' 
iII/I  
iiIII/I  
II. Oberwerk (Tracker - CC-e3 53 notes)
13.Principal8' 
14.Hohlflote8' 
15.Quint5 1/3' 
16.Octave4' 
17.Quintflote2 2/3' 
18.Terzflote1 3/5' 
19.MixtureIII 
20.CymbelIII 
21.CornetV 
22.Schalmey8' 
23.Hornlein8' 
iiiIII/II  
III. Echowerk (Tracker - CC-e3 53 notes)
24.Principal16' 
25.Octave8' 
26.Solo Principal8' 
27.Viola8' 
28.Quint5 1/3' 
29.Super Octave4' 
30.Gross-terz3 1/5' 
31.Duodecima2 2/3' 
32.Quintadena2' 
33.Klein-terz1 3/5' 
34.SesquialteraIV (2 2/3') 
35.MixtureIII 
Pedal (Tracker - CCC-c 25 notes)
36.Sub-bass32'metal.
37.16'metal.
38.Principal16'metal.
39.Holz-bass16'wood.
40.Bourdon16'wood.
41.Octave8' 
42.Klein Octave8' 
43.Super Octave4' 
44.MixtureV 
45.Bombarde16' 
46.Posaune8' 
47.Portune4' 
48.Horn2' 
ivI/P  



List of Organists
Franz Joseph Breitenbach (1853-1934)

Please note we have not yet completed the full cross index of organists to churches, &c.