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Details of Cathedral, Bremen, Germany


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

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
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I. Hauptwerk
1.Bourdon32 
2.Principal16 
3.Bourdon16 
4.Principal8 
5.Gedact8 
6.Gamba8 
7.Hohlflote8 
8.Quint5 1/3 
9.Octave4 
10.Flote4 
11.Quint and Octave  
12.Mixture2 
13.Cymbale4 
14.Cornett4 
15.Trompette16 
16.Trompette8 
II. Oberwerk
17.Bourdon32 
18.Bourdon16 
19.Salicional8 
20.Gedact8 
21.Flote8 
22.Principal8 
23.Octave4 
24.Flote4 
25.Spitzflote4 
26.Quint and Octave  
27.Mixture2 
28.Scharf2 
29.Phyzharmonica8 
III. Echowerk
30.Lieblich Gedact16 
31.Geigen Principal8 
32.Harmonica8 
33.Lieblich Gedact8 
34.Terpodion8 
35.Gedact-flote8 
36.Flauto Traverso8 
37.Geigen Principal4 
38.Flauto Traverso4 
39.Zart-flote4 
40.Quint2 2/3 
41.Octave2 
42.Mixture2 
43.Æoline8 
Pedal
44.Principal Bass32 
45.Gross Quinten Bass21 1/3 
46.Principal Bass16 
47.Major Bass16 
48.Violon16 
49.Sub-bass16 
50.Quinten Bass10 2/3 
51.Octaven Bass8 
52.Gedact Bass8 
53.Floten Bass8 
54.Violoncello8 
55.Octave4 
56.Posaune32 
57.Reim16 
58.Posaune16 
59.Trompette8 



List of Organists
Zsigmond Szathmary (1939-)
1893Karl E. Noszler (1863-)

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