Organ Biography > Organs > Germany > Dresden > Royal Catholic Church

Details of Royal Catholic Church, Dresden, Germany


Organ History
Built by Hildebrandt
Status
Unknown

Organ History
1754Started by Gottfried Silbermann
1754Built by John Daniel Silbermann
Status
Unknown
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
349491-

I. Hauptwerk ( CC-d3 51 notes)
1.Principal16 
2.Bourdon16 
3.Principal8 
4.Viol di Gamba8 
5.Rohrflote8 
6.Octave4 
7.Spitzflote4 
8.Quint2 2/3 
9.Octave2 
10.Terz1 3/5 
11.Mixture  
12.Cymbale  
13.Cornett  
14.Fagotto16 
15.Trompette8 
16.Clarion4 
17.Tremulant  
18.Echowerk to Hauptwerk  
II. Echowerk ( CC-d3 51 notes)
19.Quintaton16 
20.Principal8 
21.Gedact8 
22.Quintaton8 
23.Unda Maris8 
24.Octave4 
25.Rohrflote4 
26.Nasat2 2/3 
27.Octave2 
28.Terz1 3/5 
29.Flageolet1 
30.Mixture  
31.Echo  
32.Vox humana8 
33.Tremulant  
III. Oberwerk ( CC-d3 51 notes)
34.Gedact8 
35.Principal4 
36.Rohrflote4 
37.Nasat2 2/3 
38.Octave2 
39.Quint1 1/3 
40.Sifflote1 
41.Mixture  
42.Sesquialtera  
43.Chalumeau8 
Pedal ( CC-c 25 notes)
44.Untersatz32 
45.Principal16 
46.Octave-bass8 
47.Octave4 
48.Mixture  
49.Posaune16 
50.Trompette8 
51.Clarion4 
iHauptwerk to Pedal  



List of Organists
1753Christlieb Sigmund Binder (1723-1789)
1789August Siegmund Binder (1761-1815)

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