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Linz (Austria), Pilgrimage Church

New organ | III/30 | 2023

PLANNED COMPLETITION 2023

Visible for miles around, the twin-towered façade of the Pilgrimage church stands enthroned on the summit of the Pöstlingberg in Linz. The interior beneath the dome is splendidly decorated and its soaring late-baroque architecture makes a lasting impression. A new organ is to be built on the main gallery. Both visually and tonally it will be equal in significance to its surroundings.

This is to be a purely mechanical instrument of three manuals and pedal. Its main specification (Hauptwerk, Rückpositiv & Pedal) will be on baroque lines. It also includes an enclosed Schwellwerk, integrated in its voicing into the overall concept, thereby enlarging the musical possibilities and also providing ideal choral accompaniment.

The case design and the technical conception are currently in the planning phase.

Disposition

I. Rückpositiv C-g3

  1. Gedackt 8'
  2. Principal 4'
  3. Rohrflöte 4'
  4. Nasat 2 2/3'
  5. Doublette 2'
  6. Terzflöte 1 3/5'
    Quinte 1 1/3' (Vorabzug)
  7. Mixtur 3-4fach 1 1/3'
  8. Dulcian 8'
    Tremulant

II. Hauptwerk C-g3

  1. Großprincipal 16'
  2. Principal 8'
  3. Flauto traverso 8'
  4. Viola da Gamba 8'
  5. Octave 4'
  6. Spitzflöte 4'
  7. Quinte 2 2/3'
  8. Superoctave 2'
  9. Terz 1 3/5'
  10. Mixtur 4-5fach 2'
  11. Fagott 16'
  12. Trompete 8'

III. Unterwerk (schwellbar) C-g3

  1. Rohrflöte 8'
  2. Salicet 8'
  3. Vox coelestis 8'
  4. Fugara 4'
  5. Oboe 8'

Pedal C-f1


       Principalbass 16' (Transmission)
 26. Subbass 16'
 27. Octavbass 8'
 28. Gedacktbass 8'
 29. Octave 4'
 30. Posaune 16'
       Trompete 8' (Extension)

 

Koppeln: RP-HW, UW-HW,
                 RP-P, HW-P, UW-P

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