Organ Biography > Organs > Germany > Frankfurt-am-Main > Cathedral

Details of Cathedral, Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany


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

ManualsStopsRanksCouplersAction
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I. ( CC-f3 54 notes)
1.Prinzipal16 
2.Prinzipal16 
3.Prinzipal8 
4.Octav8 
5.Hohflöte8 
6.Bourdon8 
7.Gamba8 
8.Gemshorn8 
9.Quintatön8 
10.Melodia4 
11.Rohrflöte4 
12.Spitzflöte4 
13.Octav4 
14.Octav2 
15.Cornett8 
16.Mixtur2 2/3 
17.Fagott16 
18.Fagott16 
19.Trompete8 
20.Clairon4 
II. ( CC-f3 54 notes)
21.Bourdon16 
22.Bourdon16 
23.Salicional16 
24.Salicional16 
25.Prinzipal8 
26.Fugara8 
27.Concertflöte8 
28.Gedeckt8 
29.Bifra8 
30.Dolce8 
31.Traversflöte4 
32.Gemshorn4 
33.Octav4 
34.Flautino2 
35.Mixtur2 2/3 
36.Clarinette8 
III. ( CC-f3 54 notes)
37.Gedeckt16 
38.Gedeckt16 
39.Geigenprinzipal8 
40.Spitzflöte8 
41.Lieblich gedeckt8 
42.Salicional8 
43.Voix céleste8 
44.Æoline8 
45.Flauto dolce4 
46.Prinzipal4 
47.Cornett8 
48.Trompete harmonique8 
Pedal ( CCC-d 27 notes)
49.Grand bourdon32 
50.Prinzipalbass16 
51.Violonbass16 
52.Subbass16 
53.Bourdon doux16 
54.Quintbass10 2/3 
55.Octavbass8 
56.Gedecktbass8 
57.Violoncello8 
58.Octavbass4 
59.Posaunenbass16 
60.Trompete8 



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