1898 /rénové en 2011 38 III/P

            1. Bourdon 16′
            2. Principal 8′
            3. Bourdon 8′
            4. Octave 4′
            5. Flûte 4′
            6. Cornet III 2 2/3′
            7. Superoctave 2′
            8. Fourniture IV 2′
            9. Cymbale 1′
            10. Trompette 8′
  1. Cor de nuit 16′
  2. Flûte 8′
  3. Salicional 8′
  4. Voix céleste 8′
  5. Prestant 4′
  6. Flûte traversière 4′
  7. Nazard 2 2/3′
  8. Flageolet 2′
  9. Tierce 1 3/5′
  10. Plein-jeu 1 1/3′
  11. Trompette harmonique 8′
  12. Basson-Hautbois 8′

Tremblant

  1. Bourdon 8′
  2. Flûte 4′
  3. Nasard 2 2/3′
  4. Flûte 2′
  5. Tierce 1 3/5′
  6. Larigot 1 1/3′
  7. Cromorne 8′

Tremblant

  1. Principalbass 16′
  2. Soubasse 16
  3. Principal 8′
  4. Flûte 8′
  5. Ocatve 4′
  6. Flûte 4′
  7. Bombarde 16′
  8. Trompette 8′
  9. Trompette 4′

 

* Accouplements : III-II; III-I; II-I; I-P; II-P; III-P; III-P 4′ (Superoctav-Koppel)

Read the description of the organ

The instrument originally came from the Kuhn company in Männedorf in 1898 with pneumatic windchests, a transmission and an independent console.

The organ was renovated in 2011 and now has 38 stops and is equipped with a wind chest and a purely mechanical transmission. It has three manuals with 58 keys each and a pedalboard with 30 keys.

The entire playing system has been integrated directly into the base of the case. The transmission of the registers is electric and is controlled by an electronic keyboard which makes it much easier for the organist to record romantic compositions.

The pedalboard allows large dy-namic increases or decreases of sound on this keyboard by means of a pedal.

The current register arrangement and intonation give the organ the ability to sound properly not only classical organ music but also romantic and modern compositions of German and French inspiration.

The organ has been designed for the following tasks:

– All requirements in the field of church services

– The rediscovery of the original and captivating sounds of the romantic organ through concerts with a varied repertoire,

– Cultural events of interest to musicians and listeners (concerts with other instruments, courses, seminars, etc.)