Häcker organ in the village church of Dreiskau-Muckern

Short facts

Carl Gottlob Häcker built the organ for Dreiskau in 1822. Until the middle of the 20th century, Dreiskau and Muckern were two, independent communities.

Carl Gottlob Häcker (1791 - 1860) is the son of Johann Gottlob Häcker (1766 - 1817), who founded an organ manufacturing company in Pegau. Carl Gottlob Häcker took over his father's workshop and moved it from Pegau to Borna in 1822/23. At this time, Urban Kreutzbach (1796 - 1868) was one of his employees. Carl Gottlob Häcker built the organ for Dreiskau in 1822. Until the middle of the 20th century, Dreiskau and Muckern were two, independent communities. The lignite mining, which was planned up until the 80s, gradually led the church and its organ to ruin. In 2011, however, a general overhaul was undertaken by Organ Manufacturer, Schröer.

Text: Klaus Gernhardt

Specification stop list

Console

1 Principal 8´to c´
2 Viola da Gamba 8´
3 Flauto 8´
4 Gedackt 8´
5 Principal 4´
6 Kleingedackt 4´
7 Quinte 3´
8 Octave 2´
9 3-fold mixture

Pedal

10 Sub-bass 16´
11 Octave bass 8´
Pedal coupler
Beat

On the map

Häcker organ in the village church of Dreiskau-Muckern
An der Kirche
04463 Großpösna
Deutschland

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Phone: +49 (0)34347 50320
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Website: www.kirche-im-leipziger-land.de

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