Organ Biography > Organs > Germany > Leipzig > St. Paul’s University Church

Details of St. Paul’s University Church, Leipzig, Germany


Organ History
1716Built by Johann Scheibe
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
358583-

I. Hauptwerk ( CC-e3 53 notes)
1.Principal16 
2.Bourdon16 
3.Octave8 
4.Gemshorn8 
5.Gamba8 
6.Rohrflote8 
7.Quinta5 1/3 
8.Octave4 
9.Gemshorn4 
10.Quint2 2/3 
11.Octave2 
12.Tertia1 3/5 
13.Mixture  
14.Cymbale  
15.Cornett  
16.Fagotto16 
17.Trompette8 
18.Clarion4 
iIII/I  
iiII/I  
II. Oberwerk ( CC-e3 53 notes)
19.Salicional8 
20.Flote8 
21.Rohrflote8 
22.Principal4 
23.Flote4 
24.Gedact4 
25.Nasat2 
26.Octave2 
27.Quint1 1/3 
28.Flageolet1 
29.Mixture  
30.Oboe8 
III. Echowerk ( CC-e3 53 notes)
31.Quintaton16 
32.Principal8 
33.Spitzflote8 
34.Fugara8 
35.Quintaton8 
36.Gedact8 
37.Octave4 
38.Rohrflote4 
39.Quint2 2/3 
40.Octave4 
41.Mixture  
42.Cornett  
43.Phyzharmonica8 
44.Vox humana8 
45.Tremulant  
Pedal ( CCC-E 29 notes)
46.Principal32 
47.Octave16 
48.Violon16 
49.Sub-bass16 
50.Quint10 2/3 
51.Octave8 
52.Violoncello8 
53.Quint5 1/3 
54.Octave4 
55.Mixture  
56.Posaune32 
57.Posaune16 
58.Trompette8 
59.Clarion4 
iiiI/P  



List of Organists
1581Sethus Calvisius (1556-1615)
1656-79Werner Fabricius (1633-1679)
Heinrich Fleischer (1912-2006)

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