Felix Carlen 1776 | Restored 1998 | 9 I/P
- Principal 8′
- Suavial 8′
- Copel 8′
- Octav 4′
- Flöte 4′
- Superoctav 2′
- Quinte 1 1/3′
- Mixtur II 1′
- Subbass 16′
* Pedalkoppel Man – Ped abstellbar
Read the description of the organ
The organ, built by Felix Carlen in 1776, has undergone several transformations over the years, including pneumatisation.
The restoration and reconstruction work was entrusted to the firm of Füglister in Grimisuat and carried out in agreement with the Federal Commission for Historical Monuments: reconstruction of the windchests, the action, the manual keyboards and pedalboard, and the blower, with the restoration of the case to its original size. The historic pipework was preserved and restored.