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Details of Cathedral, Ulm, Germany


1591

Organ History
1591Built (joint) by Andre Schneider of Silicie
1591Built (joint) by Conrad Schott of Suabe
1591Built (joint) by Pierre Grunwalder of Nuremberg
1630Restored by Jean Meyer
Status
Destroyed
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

1730

Organ History
1730Built by Schmahls
Status
Destroyed
Sources
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
245--T

1856

Organ History
1856Built by E. F. Walcker & Co. of Ludwigsburg
Status
Rebuilt
Sources
J. I. Wedgwood - “Some Continental Organs and their Makers”, 1910.
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
4113-8-

I.
1.Untersatz32 
2.Principal16 
3.Tibia major16 
4.Viol di Gamba16 
5.Octave8 
6.Gemshorn8 
7.Gedact8 
8.Salicional8 
9.Flote8 
10.Viol di Gamba8 
11.Quint5 1/3 
12.Octave4 
13.Flote4 
14.Rohrflote4 
15.Fugara4 
16.Terz3 1/5 
17.Octave2 
18.Waldflote2 
19.Octave1 
20.Sesquialtera2 2/3 
21.Cornett10 2/3 
22.Mixture4 
23.Mixture2 2/3 
24.Scharf2 
25.Contra Fagotto16 
26.Fagotto16 
27.Posaune8 
28.Trompette8 
29.Clarine4 
30.Clarinett2 
iII/I  
iiIII/I  
iiiIV/I  
II.
31.Salicional16 
32.Gedact16 
33.Principal8 
34.Flote8 
35.Piffaro8 
36.Dolce8 
37.Gedact8 
38.Quintaton8 
39.Quintflote5 1/3 
40.Octave4 
41.Spitzflote4 
42.Viola4 
43.Traverso flute4 
44.Klein Gedact4 
45.Octave2 
46.Piccolo2 
47.Mixture2 2/3 
48.Cymbale1 
49.Posaune8 
50.Trompette8 
51.Fagotto8 
52.Clarinett8 
53.Corno4 
ivIII/II  
vIV/II  
III.
54.Bourdon16 
55.Principal8 
56.Spitzflote8 
57.Piffaro8 
58.Harmonica8 
59.Gedact8 
60.Octave4 
61.Gemshorn4 
62.Dolce4 
63.Nazard2 2/3 
64.Octave2 
65.Flautino2 
66.Mixture2 
67.Vox humana8 
68.Phyzharmonica8 
69.Oboe4 
viIV/III  
IV.
70.Contra Fagotto16 
71.Fagotto16 
72.Posaune8 
73.Trompette8 
74.Posaune8 
75.Trompette8 
76.Fagotto8 
77.Clarinett8 
78.Vox humana8 
79.Clarine4 
80.Corno4 
81.Oboe4 
82.Clarinett2 
Pedal I.
83.Principal Bass32 
84.Grand Bourdon32 
85.Octave Bass16 
86.Principal Bass16 
87.Violon Bass16 
88.Bourdon16 
89.Sub-bass16 
90.Quint10 2/3 
91.Octave8 
92.Flote Bass8 
93.Violoncello8 
94.Viola8 
95.Terz6 2/5 
96.Quint5 1/3 
97.Octave4 
98.Cornett4 
99.Bombardon32 
100.Posaune16 
101.Fagotto16 
102.Posaune8 
103.Trompette8 
104.Clarine4 
105.Corno-basso4 
106.Cornettino2 
viiII/PII  
viiiI/PII  
Pedal II.
107.Violon Bass16 
108.Gedact Bass16 
109.Flauto8 
110.Flauto4 
111.Hohlflote2 
112.Serpent16 
113.Basset horn8 

1889

Organ History
1856Built by E. F. Walcker & Co. of Ludwigsburg
Status
Rebuilt
Sources
J. I. Wedgwood - “Some Continental Organs and their Makers”, 1910.

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
3109-8-

I.
1.Untersatz32 
2.Principal16 
3.Tibia major16 
4.Viol di Gamba16 
5.Octav8 
6.Gemshorn8 
7.Viol di Gamba8 
8.Fugara8 
9.Salicional8 
10.Gedeckt8 
11.Flöte8 
12.Doppelflöte8 
13.Vioine8 
14.Quint5 1/3 
15.Octave4 
16.Fugara4 
17.Rohrflöte4 
18.Flöte4 
19.Terz3 1/5 
20.Quinte2 2/3 
21.Octave2 
22.Waldflöte2 
23.Siperoctav1 
24.Cornett8 
25.Mixture8 
26.Mixture4 
27.Sesquialtera2 
28.Fagott16 
29.Posaune8 
30.Orchestral Oboe8 
31.Basson8 
32.Clarine4 
33.Clarinett2 
iII/I  
iiIII/I  
iiiFloat/I  
II.
34.Salicional16 
35.Gedact16 
36.Principal8 
37.Flöte8 
38.Quintaton8 
39.Piffaro8 & 4 
40.Viola8 
41.Gedact8 
42.Dolce8 
43.Quintflöte5 1/3 
44.Octave4 
45.Spitzflöte4 
46.Klein Gedact4 
47.Viola4 
48.Traversflöte4 
49.Octave2 
50.Piccolo2 
51.Mixture8 
52.Cymbale1 
53.Trompette8 
54.Vox humana8 
55.Clarinett8 
56.Corno4 
57.Oboë4 
ivIII/II  
III.
58.Bourdon16 
59.Principal8 
60.Spitzflöte8 
61.Gedeckt8 
62.Rohrflöte8 
63.Flauto dolce8 
64.Harmonika8 
65.Æoline8 
66.Voix célestes8 
67.Octave4 
68.Gemshorn4 
69.Dolce4 
70.Nazard2 2/3 
71.Octave2 
72.Flautino2 
73.Mixture4 
74.Trompete8 
75.Phyzharmonika8 
76.Clarine4 
vFloat/III  
Float
77.Physharmonika8 
78.Dulciana8 
Pedal
79.Principalbass32 
80.Grand Bourdon32 
81.Octav16 
82.Principal16 
83.Contrabass16 
84.Violonbass16 
85.Subbass16 
86.Gedeckt16 
87.Harmonikabass16 
88.Quint10 2/3 
89.Octave8 
90.Hohlflöte8 
91.Viola8 
92.Violoncello8 
93.Flöte8 
94.Terz6 2/5 
95.Quint5 1/3 
96.Octav4 
97.Flöte4 
98.Hohlflöte4 
99.Cornett4 
100.Bombardon32 
101.Posaune16 
102.Fagotto16 
103.Serpent16 
104.Trompete8 
105.Posaune8 
106.Bassethorn8 
107.Clarine4 
108.Corno4 
109.Cornettino2 
viI/P  
viiII/P  
viiiIII/P  

1969

Organ History
1969Rebuilt by E. F. Walcker & Co
Status
Unknown

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
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