Organ Biography > Places and Organs > Mecklenburg > Wismar > St. Mary’s

Details of St. Mary’s, Wismar, Mecklenburg


Organ History
1840Built by J. F. Schulze
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
35656-T

I. Hauptwerk
1.Bourdon32'(to g)
2.Principal16' 
3.Quintaton16' 
4.Octave8' 
5.Hohlflote8' 
6.Terpodion8' 
7.Gedact8' 
8.Quint5 1/3' 
9.Octave4' 
10.Gemshorn4' 
11.ScharfV 
12.CymbaleIII 
13.CornettIII 
14.Trompette16' 
15.Trompette8' 
II. Oberwerk
16.Bourdon16' 
17.Principal8' 
18.Gemshorn8' 
19.Gamba8' 
20.Flauto Traverso8' 
21.Gedact8' 
22.Octave4' 
23.Spitzflote4' 
24.Flote4' 
25.Quint and OctaveII [12-15]  
26.MixtureIV (1 1/3') 
27.Phyzharmonica16' 
28.Trompette8' 
III. Echowerk
29.Lieblich Gedact16' 
30.Geigen Principal8' 
31.Salicional8' 
32.Zartflote8' 
33.Flauto Traverso8' 
34.Lieblich Gedact8' 
35.Octave4' 
36.Fugara4' 
37.Waldflote2' 
38.MixtureIII 
39.Æoline8' 
Pedal
40.Principal Bass32' 
41.Principal16' 
42.Quintaton16' 
43.Major Bass16' 
44.Sub-bass16' 
45.Quint10 1/3' 
46.Octaven Bass8' 
47.Violone8' 
48.Minor Bass8' 
49.Gedact Bass8' 
50.Octave4' 
51.MixtureV 
52.Posaune32' 
53.Posaune16' 
54.Bombarde16' 
55.Trompette8' 
56.Clarino4' 



List of Organists
Theophil Forchhammer (1847-1923)